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John Mullens (credit only)
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Tim Killick ...
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Eleanor Grey
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Duke of Worringer
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Friar
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Lord Uther
Dick Brannick ...
Randolph
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Helen
Brian Mitchell ...
Peter
Forbes Collins ...
Captain Barkly
Jim Kirby ...
Tim
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Sir Thomas' attempts to negotiate a lumber contract to build the king's ships with Duke of Worringer hit a snag when a lover's spat with Lady Elizabeth causes her to seek a business as well. Cedric's trip to buy a neighbor's lumber to sweetened the deal is derailed when he is beaten and robbed in an inn and the outlaw uses his identity while committing highway robbery. Meanwhile, Eleanor must fend off the unwanted advances of the Duke's young son. Written by Anonymous

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3 October 1992 (UK)  »

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Sir Thomas Grey: You remember Eleanor, my lord.
Duke of Worringer: How much better you look in silk, my dear, then leather. And this skinny lump of dough is my son, Lord Uther.
Eleanor Grey: A pleasure, my lord.
Sir Thomas Grey: Well, answer her, boy. She's a beautiful young lady.
Lord Uther: I hope the pleasure will be all mine after dinner, Lady Eleanor.
Duke of Worringer: [sighs] I think perhaps I ought to throw this one back and catch something better. What do you say, Thomas?
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