Dick Turpin: Season 3, Episode 3

Dick Turpin's Greatest Adventure: Part 3 (30 May 1981)

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Dick Turpin beats Noll Bridger in a duel, but is thrown into jail by Fytton, along with Swiftnick. Bridger's slave, Saul, manages to break them out, and Turpin and Swiftnick in turn rescue Kate and their horses.

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Richard O'Sullivan ...
Oliver Tobias ...
Patrick Ryecart ...
Fytton
Clive Curtis ...
Saul
Michael Deeks ...
Alfie Bass ...
Isaac Rag
Daniel Chatto ...
Manservant
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Jane Harding
George Innes ...
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Dick Turpin beats Noll Bridger in a duel, but is thrown into jail by Fytton, along with Swiftnick. Bridger's slave, Saul, manages to break them out, and Turpin and Swiftnick in turn rescue Kate and their horses.

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Isaac Rag: Well, I couldn't wish to be incarcerated with two nicer people than with what I am.
Swiftnick: What was it for this time, Isaac?
Isaac Rag: Pidgeon flying, my young spark.
Swiftnick: Pidgeon flying? Well where's the harm in that?
Dick Turpin: [a bit exasperated] Swiftnick, 'Pidgeon flying' is nicking lead of church roofs.
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