Argyle Wallace: We'll stay here tonight. Tomorrow, you'll come home with me.
Young William: I don't want to leave.
Argyle Wallace: You didn't want your father to die either, did ya? But it happened.
In the scene where Wallace takes over the town after his wife is killed, watch as one of the English archers gets thrown off the scaffold and you can see him fall into a large pad. See more...
The titular moniker of "Braveheart" in actuality referred to Robert the Bruce, not William Wallace. See more...
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|Original entry||As the battle of Stirling draws to a close and Wallace is inspecting the carnage, two extras far behind him can be seen swinging their swords lazily at each other. [More likely that its a representation of two opposing soldiers absolutely knackered but neither going to yeild. A fight to the death you could say.]|