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The Wicked Lady (1945)



The Wicked Lady

(1945)

104 minutes

Adventure / Drama

Country: United Kingdom

Directed by Leslie Arliss

Cast:

Margaret Lockwood as Barbara Worth
James Mason as Captain Jerry Jackson
Patricia Roc as Caroline
Griffith Jones as Sir Ralph Skelton
Michael Rennie as Kit Locksby
Felix Aylmer as Hogarth
Enid Stamp Taylor as Lady Henrietta Kingsclere
Francis Lister as Lord Kingsclere
Beatrice Varley as Aunt Moll
Amy Dalby as Aunt Doll
Martita Hunt as Cousin Agatha
David Horne as Martin Worth
Emrys Jones as Ned Cotterill
Helen Goss as Mistress Betsy
Muriel Aked as Mrs. Munce 

The film is set during the 17th-century where Barbara Worth, a beautiful woman begins a life of crime by taking the husband to be of her best friend. From there she begins to conceal her face with a mask in order to compensate money she lost from gambling and becoming a highwayman. Her new exciting and dangerous life is one she begins to love more and more. It becomes more fun for her when she encounters a highwayman she falls for. He begins to join her on her expeditions, but problems come their way when Barbara’s husband, Sir Ralph Skelton comes looking for her.           
 
Caroline is engaged to be married to Sir Ralph and has her sister Barbara be her bridesmaid. Barbara comes in between their marriage, attracting Ralph and taking Caroline’s spot. Although she now lives a wealthy lifestyle, she gets tired of her new life and starts to rob on the highway for excitement. During one of her trips, she encounters a famous highwayman and they start to work together. Problems arise when people start to become suspicious of who she is, yet still risks her life engaging in her wicked plans.
 
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