He and producer John Lloyd had talked about making a historical comedy and together with Richard Curtis they devised the story of The Black Adder. At its heart was the ingenious concept of telling a forgotten but 'true' version of history, specifically the events after the 1485 Battle of Bosworth Field. when most textbooks would claim the Edmund plantagenet blackadder dynasty began. Edmund plantagenet blackadder convention on its head, Atkinson and Curtis's script portrayed the supposedly hunchback and funny russian photos Richard III as a brave and kindly king played by Peter Cookwho is accidentally killed by Edmund Plantagenet Atkinson after the battle.
Played by. Rowan Atkinson A snivelling, dim-witted weasel of a man, Prince Edmund Plantagenet was the first of the Blackadders, styling himself initially 'The Black Vegetable' before adopting the suggestion of his far wiser servant Baldrick; 'The Black Adder'. Edmund Blackadder, Esquire Series 3 Played by. Rowan Atkinson From second in line to the throne in the late 1400s, the Blackadder dynasty has fallen some way in the intervening 300 years; now serving as butler and personal servant to the Prince Regent, Prince George, the latest in the Blackadder line is a mere 'Mr', albeit as intelligent, creative, cunning, and ruthless as any other in his family line. So nice, in fact, that Queen Victoria herself has heard of his warmth and kindness. Unfortunately, he's still one of the Blackadder line, and carries a cruel, manipulative streak inside. It's buried within him, but how much will it take to come to the fore?
Словом, когда мы ходили с ребятами стрелять уток, мы никогда не приносили ни одной поганой крякуши. Клайд заводил истории, а мы смеялись и пили.
и скоро забывали о том, что нужно подниматься в пять, а потом сидеть на холоде.