French Fields: Season 3, Episode 5

Darling Daughters (1 Oct. 1991)

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Hester runs afoul of the mayor when she tries to discipline his daughter, while William has problems with his own daughter, Emma. Hester tries to explain the concept of fair play by explaining the rules of cricket.

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Hester
Anton Rodgers ...
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Emma
Philip Bird ...
Peter
Valerie Lush ...
Madame Remoleux
Philip McGough ...
Monsieur Dax
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Victoria Baker ...
Marie-Christine
Frank Lazarus ...
Monsieur LeClerc
Ève Karpf ...
Madame Dax (as Eve Karpf)
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When Hester gives Marie-Christine a hundred lines for pulling her tongue out in class Dax retaliates by setting off his bird scarers each night and everybody asks Hester to back down. Meanwhile William agrees to rent their London home to Emma and Peter - if Hester will give in. When she continues to stick to her guns William and Peter both solve the problem by writing out and handing in the lines themselves. Written by don @ minifie-1

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