Kidnapped (1971, Michael Caine) (DVD)
Directed by Delbert Mann
Brand New 2K Master! In this Robert Louis Stevenson (Treasure Island) adventure story, the battlefield of Culloden is awash with the blood of Scottish Highlanders making their last stand against the Hanoverian forces. Against this wartorn backdrop of the Jacobite Rebellion, the young orphan David Balfour seeks to claim his inheritance from his uncle Ebenezer (Donald Pleasence, The Great Escape), who in turn shanghais David into slavery. A prisoner at sea, David finds a swashbuckling companion in fugitive Jacobite rebel Alan Breck (played with panache by Michael Caine, The Black Windmill). Veteran Hollywood filmmaker Delbert Mann (Marty, Separate Tables) directed this old-fashioned classic adventure yarn co-starring Trevor Howard (Von Ryan’s Express) and Jack Hawkins (The Bridge on the River Kwai).
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