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Juliet Barker ...  Herself
David Barrass
Peter Brent ...  William Thornton
Andrew Butcher ...  Himself
Vincent Carmichael ...  Giovanni Boccaccio
Susan Engel ...  Lady Rose De Saxham
...  Louis Heyligan
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Mike Loades ...  Himself
Dorian Lough ...  Nicholas Deneys
...  Gentila da Foligno
Nick Musker ...  Duke of Brabant
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Okay
8 February 2012 | by See all my reviews

Interesting, we liked the way the documentary moved about. The fighting lacked a bit of conviction but it still helped to tell the story.

HMS. (7S) We thought it would be more like an 8.5!

Some said it was diabolical but it was funny how Tony Robinsonn went to the burger bar and had tea. He said he was going to have tea to take away but actually stayed in the place!

The horses were cool and funny when they crashed in to each other.

We liked the way it used contemporary settings to reflect how much England has changed from the old days.

It was interesting to see what the peasants used to wear.


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