All five instalments of the 'Rise of the Footsoldier' crime films. In 'Rise of the Footsoldier' (2007) Ricci Harnett plays football hooligan Carlton Leach over the course of three decades as he progresses from attack-dog hooligan to nightclub bouncer and his distinctive savagery propels him into the ever-expanding drug scene where he becomes part of the criminal elite. In 'Rise of the Footsoldier: Part II' (2015) Harnett reprises his role as Carlton Leach. When his wife Denny (Coralie Rose) walks out on him and Carlton loses his job at the nightclub because of his increasingly reckless ways, he decides to try and abandon his violent criminal lifestyle. However, leaving it all behind may not be as easy as it sounds. In 'Rise of the Footsoldier 3 - The Pat Tate Story' (2017) Craig Fairbrass plays notorious Essex gangster Pat Tate. As he rises through the ranks of the criminal underworld his deranged violence gains Pat much notoriety as well as placing his life in danger. In 'Rise of the Footsoldier 4 - Marbella' (2019) Fairbrass reprises his role as gangster Pat Tate. Following his release from prison Pat is determined to avenge the man responsible for his imprisonment. However, when he gets to Marbella Pat is enticed by a lucrative drug deal and calls for his two most trusted sidemen, Tony Tucker (Terry Stone) and Craig Rolfe (Roland Manookian), to help him finalise the deal. But things do not go quite as planned. Finally, in 'Rise of the Footsoldier: Origins' (2021) Tony Tucker returns from serving in the Falklands War and begins forging a reputation as an enforcer in the Essex criminal underworld. When he meets local drug dealer Craig Rolfe, Tucker expands his business dealings from managing nightclub doors, culminating in a violent gangland war.