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Micah Clarke by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle dramatised as a seven-part serial by JOHN HALE with Patrick Troughton and Brian Jackson
6: The Rhine
The armies face each other at Sedgemoor; battle is joined and Monmouth discovers the terrible significance of ' the rhine.'
Produced by BRANDON ACTON BOND in the BBC's Bristol studios


Unknown: Micah Clarke
Unknown: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Unknown: John Hale
Unknown: Patrick Troughton
Unknown: Brian Jackson
Produced By: Brandon Acton
Sir Gervase Jerome: Hubert Rees
Hector Marot: Michael Goldie
Micah Clarke: Brian Jackson
Master Wade: Ronald Russell
Duke of Monmouth: Brian Spink
Decimus Saxon: Patrick Thoughton
Lord Grey: Humphrey Morton
Reuben Lockarby: David Jackson
Major Ogilvy: Ronald Baddiley
Will Tetheridge: John Cater
Officer (John): Peter French
Officer (Dick): Geoffrey Matthews

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We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

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