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The Eagle of the Ninth


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Dramatised in six parts by BILL CRAIG and His wound healing after a painful operation, Marcus considers where his future now lies. A Roman commander visiting his uncle tells him of a rumour that the Caledonian tribes are about to rise and that the Eagle of the Ninth is in their hands. Marcus and Esca go north to recover it. 4: The Lost Legion


Unknown: Rosemary Sutcliff
Unknown: Bill Craig
Designer: Campbell Gordon
Producer: Pharic MacLaren
Director: Michael Simpson
Marcus: Anthony Higgins
Esca: Christian Rodska
Guern: Victor Carin
Marcus's father: Peter Whitbread
Tradui: Moultrie Kelsall
Legate: Conrad Phillips
Dergdian ;: Alec Heggie
Li athan: David Hayman
Gault: Robert Docherty

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