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Kenilworth: Part 2: The Black Arts


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by Sir Walter Scott.
Dramatised in four parts by Anthony Steven.
The Earl of Leicester, the Queen's favourite, has secretly married Amy Robsart and hidden her at Cumnor Place. Tressilian, Amy's ex-suitor, has discovered the hiding place.
First shown on BBC-2


Author: Sir Walter Scott
Dramatised by: Anthony Steven
Designer: Sally Hulke
Producer: David Conroy
Director: Tristan de Vere Cole
Tressilian: Jeremy Brett
Amy: Prunella Ransome
Foster: John Bryans
Lambourne: George Innes
Varney: John Fraser
Janet: Patricia Fuller
Hobgoblin: Ian Trigger
Wayland: Barry Jackson
Leicester: Graham Lines
Sir Hugh: Colin Douglas
Badger: Will Stampe
Parson Spatchcock: Geoffrey Dunk
Raleigh: Nigel Terry
Sussex: David Langton
Blount: John Byron
Yoglan: Graham Leaman
Elizabeth I: Gemma Jones
Bowyer: Richard Huggett
Dr. Masters: Patrick Ludlow

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Kenilworth: Part 2: The Black Arts

BBC One London, 21 January 1968 17.05

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