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Micah Clarke


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by SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE dramatised in five parts by CONSTANCE COX
5: The End of it All
Thanks to the treachery of their guide and the eventual flight of their leader, the Duke of Monmouth's forces are routed at Sedgemoor. Sir Gervas slain, Reuben wounded and captive, Micah leaves and turns his horse's head away from the west.
(Starting next Sunday: Daughters and Sons by Ivy Compton-Bumett)


Unknown: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Directed By: David Johnston
Micah: Martyn Read
Decimus Saxon: Patrick Troughton
Reuben Lockarby: James Bryce
Judge Jeffreys: John Gabriel
Master Helstrop: Peter Wickham
Master Tetheridge: Stephen Thorne
Major Ogilvy: Gregory de Polnay
CaptSteele: William Hope
CaptJohn: Edward Cast
Capt Pogram: Robin Summers
Joseph Clarke: Nicholas Courtney
Mrs Clarke: Gwen Cherrell
SgtGreddar: Peter Acre
Hangman Broderick: Colin Starkey
Clerk of the Court: Brian Smith
Foreman of the Jury: Christopher Douglas
Jem: David Sinclair
Old man: David Garth
Guard: William Eedle
Ruth: Jenny Funnell

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