The Making of Sharpe's Peril

Last Update: 19 Oct 2008

The Making of Sharpe's Peril
India, February - April 2008

A Report for Sharpe fans © 2008 Richard 'Rifleman' Moore

The author (right) and 'Beau Geste' Suresh Gohil - the Indian Armourer who supplied the firearms we used - alongside our transit vehicle 'Enterprise' to which we did everything except kiss (for reasons of hygiene) in the desert to keep the vehicle going. Suresh was from Mumbai and the 'father-figure' of the Armoury and SPFX 'family' into which the author was adopted as we had both previously served on Sharpe's Challenge and had a close working relationship based on skill and friendship and not a little 'joint-personal charisma' - despite some heartache - which resulted in what were described by the cast and crew on Sharpe's Peril as 'amusing incidents'.





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