Lost Empires: Season 1, Episode 1

Episode #1.1 (24 Oct. 1986)

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New arrival Richard makes an immediate impact on the other members of the act, especially the women. Hired as a stage assistant, he soon begins performing roles. But just as Richard ... See full summary »

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Carmen Du Sautoy ...
Julie Blane
Brian Glover ...
Tommy Beamish
Gillian Bevan ...
Cissie Mapes
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Nancy Ellis
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Nick Ollanton
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Julia Parrott ...
Colin Bower ...
Vicar
Drew Dawson ...
Norman Hislop
Rex Arundel ...
Newcastle Empire M.D.
Ted Morris ...
Sam Hayes
Neil Boorman ...
Ben Hayes
Francesca McGregor ...
Nonie Colmar
Jane Arden ...
Susie Hodson
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New arrival Richard makes an immediate impact on the other members of the act, especially the women. Hired as a stage assistant, he soon begins performing roles. But just as Richard embraces the limelight, one of his colleagues decides he can't take it. Written by Anonymous

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Richard Herncastle: [narrating] 'Join the Army, boys.' It's a fine life, they said. Make a man of you, they said. Only trouble was, some of us never got the chance to be men - they went straight from the cradle to the grave. Me, I should have known better. Long before I joined up I'd learned that life has a nasty habit of knocking you down and pushing your face in the muck. Before the war to end war, I was on the stage - on the stage, where the smiles are as bright as the lights - because you're not supposed to see...
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