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Sweet Bridget 

In the midst of fractious inter-tribal sparring at Queen Diana's castle, a rival warlord makes one demand before declaring war on everyone else: he wants Conor's latest rescue, a beautiful and mute maiden, to replace his murdered wife.

Director:

Jefery Levy

Writers:

Shaun Cassidy (creator), Ron Koslow (creator) | 4 more credits »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Heath Ledger ... Conor
Lisa Zane ... Queen Diana
Sebastian Roché ... Longinus (as Sebastian Roche) (credit only)
Vera Farmiga ... Catlin (credit only)
John Saint Ryan ... Fergus
Alonzo Greer Alonzo Greer ... Tully (credit only)
Perry Anzilotti ... Malachy
Dawn Eason ... Bridget (as Dawn Radenbaugh)
Melissa George ... Molly
Andrew Buchanan Andrew Buchanan ... Lieutenant
Mick Roughan ... Slavemaster (as Michael Roughan) (credit only)
Liam Pierce Liam Pierce ... Kid
Arlia Samra Arlia Samra ... Snake Charmer
Nicole Ferguson Nicole Ferguson ... Mud Wrestler
Rachel Leigh Anderson ... Mud Wrestler (as Rachel Anderson)
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In the midst of fractious inter-tribal sparring at Queen Diana's castle, a rival warlord makes one demand before declaring war on everyone else: he wants Conor's latest rescue, a beautiful and mute maiden, to replace his murdered wife.

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[first lines]
Fergus: [discussing Diana's invitation for an inter-tribal meeting] It's a trap.
Conor: You think everything's a trap.
Fergus: We're walking into the enemy camp, moving in like we're family. We're just begging for an arrow in the heart.
Conor: Would you rather the River People make a pact with her? Or Patrick? She's invited all the tribes, you know. Patrick's weak. He could turn Roman overnight. I can just picture him parading around in his little skirt and sandals, bathing in olive oil.
Fergus: Mud.
Conor: What?
Fergus: They bathe in mud. ...
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Flame of Love is Burning Me
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Performed by a Woman singer
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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

1997 (Australia) See more »

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Budget:

$200,000 (estimated)
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