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A series of 13 episodes
Part 3 by ALEXANDER BARON , based on the novels by WINSTON GRAHAM with Robin Ellis , Angharad Rees and Jill Townsend
Ralph Bates , Judy Geeson
Ross goes to France in search of Dwight Enys but he is captured and thrown into jail accused of spying ... Back home, Demelza's brother Drake has fallen in love with Elizabeth's cousin, Morwenna. A new element is added to the Poldark/Warleggan feud ...
Fight arranger PETER DIAMOND Lighting ALEC ROBSON
Director PHILIP DUDLEY. BBC Birmingham


Unknown: Alexander Baron
Unknown: Winston Graham
Unknown: Robin Ellis
Unknown: Angharad Rees
Unknown: Jill Townsend
Unknown: Ralph Bates
Unknown: Judy Geeson
Unknown: Dwight Enys
Unknown: Alec Robson
Unknown: Peter Mellor
Designer: Michael Edwards
Producer: Tony Coburn
Director: Philip Dudley.
French SgtS: Gregory de Polnay
French SgtS: Matthew Walters
Ross Poldark: Robin Ellis
French prisoner: Robin Scobey
Commissaire: Edward Brooks
Alexander Craig: David McKail
Dwight Enys: Michael Cadman
Demelza: Angharad Rees
Jud Paynter: Paul Curran
Prudie: Mary Wimbush
Caroline Penvenen: Judy Geeson
Geoffrey Charles: Stefan Gates
Drake Carne: Kevin McNally
Morwenna Chynoweth: Jane Wymark
George Warleggan: Ralph Bates
Elizabeth Warleggan: Jill Townsend
Sid Rowse: Michael Graham Cox
Sam Carne: David Delve
Dr Choake: John Forbes Robertson
The Rev Odgers: Esmond Webb
Agatha Poldark: Eileen Way
Lucy Pipe: Ingrid Evans
Tom Harry: Gertan Klauber
The Rev Osborne Whitworth: Christopher Biggins
Harry Harry: Dave Carter
Comte de Sombreuil: Michael Petrovitch

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