Heavy-handed tax policies lead the peasants of Cornwall to march peacefully in protest on London, but an ambitions nobleman wants to use the pilgrimage to his own advantage.

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James Maxwell ...
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Thomas Flamank
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Michael Joseph
Richard Warwick ...
Denis Carey ...
Norma West ...
Queen Elizabeth
David Garth ...
Richard Flamank
David Horovitch ...
Sir John Rosewarne
Robert James ...
Earl of Derby
Timothy Bateson ...
Sir Richard Nanfan
Jerome Willis ...
Ian Pigot ...
John
Sean Roantree ...
Edmund Dudley
James Donnelly ...
Sir John Oby
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Roger Whalley
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It is 1498 and enraged at the crippling taxation of Cornwall local blacksmith Michael Joseph leads a mighty pilgrimage to peacefully confront the King in London but a sinister figure behind the blacksmith places the King in a great crisis . Written by Jack

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2 March 1972 (UK)  »

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Henry VII: [to Audley] Fool! He wastes the very air he breathes.
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