Next Episode of Blackadder is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Comedy set in different historical periods that features the ill-fated exploits of the mean-spirited Edmund Blackadder and his dim sidekick Baldrick.
England, 1760-1815 - golden age of wealth, power and discovery. But not for E Blackadder Esq, butler to the Prince Regent. The new Prime Minister Pitt the Younger (aged 13 and 3/4) plans to bankrupt the Prince. As usual, Blackadder takes his master's side (and indeed his wallet).
Dr Samuel Johnson seeks the regent's support for his dictionary, but when it is used for firewood, Edmund must rewrite it.
Revolution sweeps France, and heads roll. Everyone in Britain is obsessed with the daring exploits of the dashing Scarlet Pimpernel as he risks his life to save French aristocrats from the guillotine. Everyone except Edmund Blackadder.
Edmund is challenged to rescue an aristocrat from the French revolutionaries. He hatches a plan to win the bet without putting himself in any danger - and promptly falls into the hands of the revolutionaries.
While the Prince Regent is attending a play, he survives an assassination attempt by anarchists. He is horrified to learn that he is unpopular and Blackadder suggests he improves his image by delivering a speech, so he hires the two actors they saw at the theatre to tutor him in public speaking.
Anarchists lurk in every cupboard and actors in every coffee house, but which pose a greater threat to the prince?
The regent is low on cash, so Edmund sets out to find him a bride with a big dowry. A certain Amy Hardwood seems to fit the bill - but is she connected with squirrel-hating highwayman Dick Turpin?
The prince is challenged to a duel by the fearsome Duke of Wellington. Edmund volunteers to take his place, hoping that his cousin MacAdder will step in for him.
Tim McInnerny(Captain Kevin Darling)
Hugh Laurie(The Prince Regent)
Stephen Fry(General Sir Anthony Cecil Hogmanay Melchett)
Brian Blessed(King Richard IV of England)
Robert East(Prince of Wales)
Tony Robinson(S. Baldrick)
Miranda Richardson(Queen Elizabeth I of England)
Rowan Atkinson(Edmund Blackadder, Esq.)
Elspet Gray(Queen Gertrude of Flanders)
Tony Aitken(Minstrel in Credits)
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