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Fourth of a six-part adventure based on Walter Scott 's novel.
Starri ng Steven Waddington
Ciaran Hinds , Christopher Lee
Wamba risks his life to save the captives but Cedric's escape precipitates a bloody siege. Bois-Guilbert's feelings for Rebecca turn to blind obsession.
See today's choices.
Written by Deborah Cook ; Producer Jeremy Gwilt
DirectorStuartOrme Stereo Subtitled ...
BBC SUPPORT MATERIAL: audio cassette, £7.99. and a video, on sale from April £19.99, from retailers * Andrew Duncan interviews
Christopher Lee : page 16


Unknown: Walter Scott
Unknown: Steven Waddington
Unknown: Ciaran Hinds
Unknown: Christopher Lee
Written By: Deborah Cook
Producer: Jeremy Gwilt
Unknown: Andrew Duncan
Unknown: Christopher Lee
Ivanhoe: Steven Waddington
Brian de Bois-Guilbert: Ciaran Hinds
Beaumanoir: Christopher Lee
Rebecca: Susan Lynch
Cedric: James Cosmo
Rowena: Victoria Smurfit
Prince John: Ralph Brown
Waldemar Fitzurse: Ronald Pickup
Isaac: David Horovitch
Wamba: Jimmy Chisholm
Gurth: Trevor Cooper
Locksley: Aden Gillett
KingRichard: Rory Edwards
Athelstane: Chris Walker
Malvoisin: Jack Klaff
Urfried: Ciaran Madden
Front deBoeuf: Nick Brimble
Maurice deBracy: Valentine Pelka
Little John DAVID: J Nicholls
LouisWinkelbrand: Simon Donald
Friar Tuck: Rondon Achie
Montfitchet: Peter Guinness
Hubert: David Barrass
Prior Aymer: Roger Ashton-Griffiths
Abbott: Peter Needham
Brother Ambrose: Dermot Keaney
Bardon: Renny Krupinski

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