Braveheart 1995 Film | Mel Gibson as William Wallace



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Braveheart plot from IMDb: "Scottish warrior William Wallace leads his countrymen in a rebellion to free his homeland from the tyranny of King Edward I of England."


Braveheart trailer on IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0112573/


Directed by Mel Gibson

Produced by Mel Gibson, Alan Ladd Jr., Bruce Davey

Written by Randall Wallace

Music by James Horner

Cinematography: John Toll

Edited by Steven Rosenblum

Production companies: Icon Productions, The Ladd Company

Distributed by Paramount Pictures (North America), 20th Century Fox (International)

Release date: May 18, 1995 (Seattle), May 24, 1995 (United States)

Running time: 178 minutes

Budget: $65–70 million

Box office: $213.2 million


Cast and Characters:

Mel Gibson as William Wallace

James Robinson as Young William Wallace

Sophie Marceau as Princess Isabella of France

Angus Macfadyen as Robert the Bruce

Patrick McGoohan as King Edward "Longshanks"

Catherine McCormack as Murron MacClannough

Mhairi Calvey as Young Murron

Brendan Gleeson as Hamish

Andrew Weir as Young Hamish

Peter Hanly as Prince Edward

James Cosmo as Campbell

David O'Hara as Stephen of Ireland

Ian Bannen as Bruce's father

Seán McGinley as MacClannough

Brian Cox as Argyle Wallace

Sean Lawlor as Malcolm Wallace

Sandy Nelson as John Wallace

Stephen Billington as Phillip

John Kavanagh as Craig

Alun Armstrong as Mornay

John Murtagh as Lochlan

Tommy Flanagan as Morrison

Donal Gibson as Stewart

Jeanne Marine as Nicolette

Michael Byrne as Smythe

Malcolm Tierney as Magistrate

Bernard Horsfall as Balliol

Peter Mullan as Veteran

Gerard McSorley as Cheltham (inspired by Hugh de Cressingham)

Richard Leaf as Governor of York

Mark Lees as Old Crippled Scotsman

Tam White as MacGregor

Jimmy Chisholm as Faudron

David Gant as the Royal Magistrate