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William Russell (Character)
from "Flambards" (1979)

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Overview

Biography:
William "Will" Russell is the younger son of Uncle Russell and his deceased wife... See more »

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  1. "Flambards"
        - Sing No Sad Songs (1979) TV episode, Played by Alan Parnaby
        - Flying High (1979) TV episode, Played by Alan Parnaby
        - Edge of the Cloud (1979) TV episode, Played by Alan Parnaby
        - The Cold Light of Day (1979) TV episode, Played by Alan Parnaby
        - Point to Point (1979) TV episode, Played by Alan Parnaby
          (3 more)

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Quotes:
From "Flambards: Christina/The Blooding (#1.1)" (1979)
[Uncle Russell burned the book on aeronautics that Mr Dermot sent to William, and ordered him to read books on hunting instead. William has just thrown the hunting books out of the window in retaliation - to test the aerodynamics of a book!]
Uncle Russell: [shouting] You did what?
William Russell: [calmly] I threw them out of the window.
Uncle Russell: [shouting] You threw them out of the window?
William Russell: Yes. An eye for an eye, a book for a book.
Uncle Russell: Come here, William.
William Russell: No I will *not* come here.
Uncle Russell: [snarls] By God you will do as I tell you!
Christina Parsons: [to William] I think we should leave.
Uncle Russell: Running away? Is that what you are doing?
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