Sharpe's Challenge

Sharpe's Challenge

Director: Tom Clegg Cast: Sean Bean, Karan Arora, Nicholas Blane

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A year has passed since the Battle of Waterloo, and as an Indian Maharaja begins threatening British interests Sharpe (Sean Bean) is sent on his most treacherous mission to date. Assigned the thankless task of investigating the ominous rumors, Sharpe quickly discovers that the last scout, his own close companion Sergeant Harper, has gone missing. As reports begin to surface that East India Company Officer Colonel Dodd is actually the malcontent organizing the uprisings, Sharpe desperately tries to gain access into the Maharaja's impenetrable fortress. Upon gaining entry, however, Sharpe soon finds his plan taking an unanticipated turn for the worse.

Product Details

Release Date: 09/11/2012
UPC: 0883929278626
Original Release: 2006
Rating: NR
Source: Bbc Warner
Region Code: 1
Time: 2:18:00
Sales rank: 40,086

Special Features

Behind the scenes; Deleted scenes; Outtakes; Photo gallery

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Sharpe's Challenge
1. Open the Gate [7:13]
2. Come at Once [5:30]
3. Friendly Territory [6:05]
4. General Dodd [9:51]
5. Who's In Charge? [13:04]
6. Release Her [8:25]
7. Keep Your Apology [7:55]
8. Deserters or Spies? [11:03]
9. An Inner Wall [7:17]
10. Stacked with Gunpowder [7:01]
11. Ready to Advance [5:41]
12. Medals and Glory [12:26]
13. Commerce Firing [9:34]
14. Traitor [6:20]
15. Under Attack [9:00]
16. A Common Thief [11:48]

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Sharpe's Challenge 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you have read the Sharpe books don't expect this to be a retelling of one of the books. I found it an enjoyable movie but it is set far beyond the time Sharpe served in India and pulls story lines from the actual books about that period in Sharpe's life, melding them into a tale of an older Sharpe who has returned to India. If you haven't read the Sharpe stories of the period when he was serving in the ranks of the British army in India you will still enjoy this movie and wont be bothered by the fact that it is an amalgam of stories from three different books.