Turpin intercepts judge Lambsfoot and takes his place in order to help local landowner Johh Radstock and Swiftnick escape their sentences.

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Richard O'Sullivan ...
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David Daker ...
Michael Deeks ...
Ray Mort ...
John Radstock
Jo Rowbottom ...
Mary
Sarah Webb ...
Emmy
John Barrard ...
Judge Lambsfoot
Verne Morgan ...
Clerk of the Court
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Turpin intercepts judge Lambsfoot and takes his place in order to help local landowner Johh Radstock and Swiftnick escape their sentences.

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29 March 1980 (UK)  »

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Dick Turpin: [disguised as Judge Lambsfoot] Who prosecutes? What, you, Glutton?
Sir John Glutton: Aye, my lord.
Dick Turpin: And who speaks for the defense?
John Radstock: I'm a poor man, my lord, I've no one to speak for me.
Dick Turpin: Hm, no speech for the defense, in that case there shall be no speech for the prosecution, that seems only justice.
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