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Micah Clarke: 4: The Battle for the Crown

Synopsis

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Micah twice narrowly escapes death, but by strange circumstances he find himself freed to rejoin the Duke's army and march on the cathedral city of Wells - with a heart heavy with foreboding.

Contributors

Writer: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Dramatised in five parts by: Constance Cox
Director: David Johnston
Micah Clarke: Martyn Read
Decimus Saxon: Patrick Troughton
Reuben Lockarby: James Bryce
The Duke of Monmouth: Simon Ward
Sir Gervas Jerome: Mark Straker
Lord Grey: David Sinclair
Colonel Buyse: Geoffrey Collins
Master Wade: Steve Hodson
Major Ogilvy: Gregory de Polnay
Major Timewell: William Eedle
Childe Rosemary: Melissa Katsoulis
John Derrick: William Hope
Preacher: Peter Acre
Verger: Brian Smith
Trooper: Trevor Nichols
Man from Dumbarton's regiment: Colin Starkey
Lt Horsford: Christopher Douglas






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