The Cedar Tree (1976– )
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On the March 

Liz finds herself on the march after becoming friendlier with Dr. Sarah Martin, who has been accused of being a Red sympathizer. Sarah and Liz participate in a peaceful demonstration that ... See full summary »

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Jack Watling ...
Arthur Bourne
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Alice Bourne
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Rosemary Cartland
Sally Osborne ...
Elizabeth Bourne
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Victoria Bourne (as Susan Skipper)
Rosemary Nicols ...
Angela Scott
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Dr. Sarah Martin
Steven Pacey ...
Klaus Von Heynig
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George Cranford
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Liz finds herself on the march after becoming friendlier with Dr. Sarah Martin, who has been accused of being a Red sympathizer. Sarah and Liz participate in a peaceful demonstration that turns violent when the police intervene. With political implications for Arthur, Angela volunteers to interview Liz and Sarah and soften concerns that Liz could be involved in Communist activities. However, Sarah's visit to Larkfield Manor creates tension with Klaus, himself a victim of a demonstration. The animosity between Klaus and Sarah threatens his relationship with Vicky. Klaus lectures about concentration camps, prompting a surprising confession from Sarah. Arthur begins to feel the effects of his daughter's political views. Angela takes a side in the story of police brutality, and Arthur is shocked. Written by Skip Eastport

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3 September 1978 (UK)  »

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