John Trenchard is an orphan who dreams of finding Blackbeard's riches. But a friendship with a notorious smuggler soon forces him into hiding with a price on his head, wondering if he'll ever see Moonfleet again.


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Series cast summary:
Pippa Haywood ...
 Aunt Lydia 3 episodes, 2013
 Officer James 3 episodes, 2013
 Rev Glennie / ... 3 episodes, 2013
 Magistrate Mohune 2 episodes, 2013
 Davey Block 2 episodes, 2013
Frank O'Sullivan ...
 Blackbeard 2 episodes, 2013
 Aldobrand 2 episodes, 2013
 Jailer / ... 2 episodes, 2013
Martin Trenaman ...
 Turn-Key / ... 2 episodes, 2013


In the coastal town of Moonfleet in eighteenth century Dorset, orphan, John Trenchard, dreams of the infamous Blackbeard's treasure - and of the wealth and happiness it will bring him. However, John's search draws him into the company of local smugglers led by Elzevir Block, and forces him to go into hiding with a price on his head - little guessing the adventures and misfortunes he will face before he sees Moonfleet and the girl he loves again. Written by Company Pictures

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Poor performance of a fine story.
27 December 2014 | by See all my reviews

This film has the appearance of being poorly financed and badly produced. The love angle between John Trenchard and Grace Mulhoon is as realistic as that at the sharp end of Titanic! John Trenchard should be portrayed by a sallow youth, yet Aneurin Barnard is plainly a grown man in his late 20's - Totally miscast. Barrels of brandy being carried off the beach are plainly empty. Muskets fired at some 30 yards from their targets by professional solders would have been lethal. Hangings were not carried out round the back of a building but were great public affairs, usually carried out on public holidays for the entertainment and instruction of the masses. Thousands could be expected to attend, not half a dozen yokels with straw hanging from their hats. Even the professional acting qualities of Phil Daniels and Ray Winston cannot rescue this one.

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