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The Cross of St. Ciricus 

Will and Much run into a group of lepers traveling through the forest, and Will becomes convinced that he is contaminated and doomed to a horrible death. Meanwhile, the other outlaws ... See full summary »

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Judi Trott ...
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Phil Rose ...
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Peter Llewellyn Williams ...
Much (as Peter Llewellyn-Williams)
Mark Lewis ...
Brabancon Chief
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David Sivier ...
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Michelle Gibbons-Price ...
Maid
Jemima Ffyne ...
Little Girl
Robert Addie ...
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Will and Much run into a group of lepers traveling through the forest, and Will becomes convinced that he is contaminated and doomed to a horrible death. Meanwhile, the other outlaws protect an elderly pilgrim from being killed by robbers and, as the woman is sick and alone, they accompany her on her journey to a local abbey, which houses a miraculous healing relic of the saint Ciricus. Convinced, however, that she will die before they reach the abbey and its magical cross, the lady asks Friar Tuck to hear her final confession. Her secrets - and her identity - place a terrible burden upon Tuck, binding him by the seal of confession to keep silent information that would change one of the outlaw band's lives forever. Written by Anonymous

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10 May 1986 (UK)  »

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When Will and Much are frantically washing themselves in the water, their lips don't match the dialog coming out of their mouths. See more »

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Little John: Tuck, get the food ready!
Friar Tuck: Is it always me...
Little John: You want me to cook it?
Friar Tuck: No, once was enough.
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