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Cromm Cruac 

Much falls into a forester's trap and is badly wounded. Trying to find a village with a physician, the outlaws become lost and are finally led to a small, unfamiliar village called Cromm ... See full summary »

Director:

Gerry Mill

Writers:

Richard Carpenter (creator), Anthony Horowitz
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Richard O'Brien ... Gulnar
Peter Llewellyn Williams Peter Llewellyn Williams ... Much (as Peter Llewellyn-Williams)
Phil Rose ... Friar Tuck
Mark Ryan ... Nasir
Clive Mantle ... Little John
Jason Connery ... Robin
Judi Trott Judi Trott ... Lady Marion
Ray Winstone ... Will Scarlet
Richard Bonehill ... Driver
Ian Redford Ian Redford ... Tom the Miller
Jon Hastings Jon Hastings ... Villager
Larry Dann ... Bailiff
David Plimmer David Plimmer ... Reeve
Claire Parker Claire Parker ... Elena Scathlock
Claire Toeman Claire Toeman ... Meg of Wickham
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Much falls into a forester's trap and is badly wounded. Trying to find a village with a physician, the outlaws become lost and are finally led to a small, unfamiliar village called Cromm Cruac. The villagers welcome them warmly, and at first nothing seems out of the ordinary. Soon enough, however, the outlaws observe that there are no children in the village and that Much - too quickly recovered to be normal - behaves as though he's been brainwashed. And when Will encounters and joyously reunites with his long-dead wife Elena, the outlaws realize that something is seriously wrong with Cromm Cruac. Written by Anonymous

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Action | Fantasy | Drama

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 May 1986 (UK) See more »

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(DVD)

Color:

Color
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