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When the Hurly-Burly's Done 

Further events of the mutiny and its resolution.

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Strachan
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Guiness
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Aussie Gas Mask
Louis Mellis ...
Scots Gas Mask
David Allister ...
General Asser
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Charles Strange
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Franny
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Geordie (as Billy Fellows)
Nicholas Teare ...
Thomson's Driver
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Gilzean
Paul Williamson ...
General Horwood
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Lady Angela Forbes
Philip McGough ...
Woodhall
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Further events of the mutiny and its resolution.

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Drama | History | War

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14 September 1986 (UK)  »

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The episode title is a reference to a line from William Shakespeare's play Macbeth. See more »

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[after the riot, Thomson confronts some of the rioters who have scarves round their necks to hide their identities; under pressure he signs to say that he agrees to their demands]
Thomson: There's not one of you who's capable of looking me in the eye, staring me in the face, standing up man-to-man.
[Toplis removes his scarf, showing his face]
Thomson: *You* again. I shan't forget you. Who are you? Tell me.
Percy Toplis: Whoever I want to be. And who are you - any more?
[soldier jeer and Thomson walks away, defeated]
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Let The Great Big World Keep Turning
Written by Nat Ayer and Clifford Grey
Sung by Paul McGann
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