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George Winter ...
 Gervase Edwards 13 episodes, 1987
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 Prior Mordrin 13 episodes, 1987
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 Brother Hugo 13 episodes, 1987
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Claire Parker ...
 Julia Clarke 11 episodes, 1987
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 Owen Edwards 10 episodes, 1987
Shirley Stelfox ...
 Beth Edwards 7 episodes, 1987
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 Brother Simon 7 episodes, 1987
Barrie Cookson ...
 Brig. Clarke 7 episodes, 1987
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 Helicopter Pilot 7 episodes, 1987
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Peter Childs ...
 Brother Tyrell 6 episodes, 1987
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In the year 2020, Britain is divided into North and South. The Royal Family has been deposed and in its place rule the Knights of God, a harsh militaristic religious order headed by Prior Mordrin. But a rebel movement is growing, in spite of Mordrin's brainwashing "re-education" camps, and joining it are two love-struck teenagers, Gervase and Julia, who escape from one of the camps to join a quest to find the rightful King of England, and thus re-establish democracy and order to the land. Written by Anonymous

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6 September 1987 (UK)  »

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2019 - die Knechte Gottes  »

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Was made and intended to be shown in 1985, but was put on the shelf for two years. By the time it was shown two major cast members, Patrick Troughton and Nigel Stock, had died. See more »

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If you like the Tripods and Dr Who,Knights of God is for you!
7 March 2004 | by See all my reviews

Recently watched this again from a copy made at the time from TV in 1987 and was pleasantly surprised how gripping the story is. If you enjoy spotting the durable British character actors who seem to appear in everything made back in the 70's & 80's,Knights of God will keep you watching.

Would love to see it released on DVD,I don't know whether TVS still exists or was swallowed up by ITV at some point. However I fear it had limited appeal when first broadcast ,over looked on Sunday afternoons,which is a shame, because its definetely worth a second sight as they say!


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