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Sharpe's Justice 

TV-14 | | Episode aired 19 August 2006
Returning to Yorkshire, Sharpe finds himself on the wrong side between corrupt employers and exploited workers.

Director:

Tom Clegg

Writers:

Bernard Cornwell (characters), Patrick Harbinson
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Sean Bean ... Richard Sharpe
Daragh O'Malley ... Sgt. Maj. Patrick Harper
Abigail Cruttenden Abigail Cruttenden ... Jane Sharpe
Caroline Langrishe ... Lady Anne Camoynes
Philip Glenister ... Matthew Truman
John Tams ... Daniel Hagman
Douglas Henshall ... Wickham
Alexis Denisof ... Rossendale
Tony Haygarth ... Parfitt
Karen Meagher Karen Meagher ... Sally Bunting
Philip Anthony Philip Anthony ... Stanwyck
Philip Martin Brown ... Saunders
Sean O'Kane ... LT Fosdyke
Henry Moxon Henry Moxon ... Whitbread
Rita May ... Mrs. Trent
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Storyline

Napoleon has been exiled to Elba, the English have returned from the wars, and Major Richard Sharpe finds himself in a sort of exile to lead a company of Yorkshire Yeomen. His duties include protecting mill owners from restless workers who are on the verge of strike or outright revolt. Meanwhile, Sharpe's faithless wife and her lover fall within range of Sharpe's wrath. Sharpe, with his two of his devoted Chosen Men nearby, must decide whether to continue to protect the mill owners or to take the side of their fiercely downtrodden workers. Written by Jim Beaver <jumblejim@prodigy.net>

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Trivia

The gray pelisse with the scalloped cape worn by an extra in the London street is the same costume worn by Ann Firbank (Anne Elliot) in Bath in Persuasion (1971), an extra at the church at the end of Mansfield Park (1983), and by an extra at the Cricket match in Sharpe: Sharpe's Waterloo (1997). See more »

Quotes

Patrick Harper: [On hearing about Sharpe's new commission to Yorkshire] Sure... Who's there to fight in Yorkshire?
Richard Sharpe: Englishmen, I suppose.
Patrick Harper: It's not all bad news, then.
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Connections

Follows Sharpe: Sharpe's Revenge (1997) See more »

Soundtracks

The Four Loom Weaver
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Performed by John Tams
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Enjoyable episode enhanced by film location.
6 August 2000 | by jeff7sSee all my reviews

This episode although perhaps not the usual swashbuckle,has an added interest for me,as much of the filming took place in my home village of Helmshore.The riot scene was filmed in and around the Helmshore Textile Museum,with the crew setting up on the adjacent carpark,much to the interest of the staff of the nearby Airtours Travel offices.Filming took place for about a week in the month of November. Anyone wishing to see the location can find it on the following website.http://members.xoom.com/zoomer101/HELMSHORE_BULL


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Country:

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Language:

English

Release Date:

19 August 2006 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Sharpe igazsága See more »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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