Rumpole of the Bailey (1978–1992)
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Rumpole and the Children of the Devil 

A well-meaning social worker takes custody of an eight year-old Timson girl charging that the family is involved with devil worship.

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Marion Mathie ...
Hilda Rumpole
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Abigail McKern ...
Liz Probert
Julian Curry ...
Claude Erskine-Brown
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Henry
Denis Lill ...
Mr. Bernard
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Dot Clapton
Joanna Van Gyseghem ...
Lady Marigold Featherstone
Rowena Cooper ...
Marguerite Ballard
Christopher Milburn ...
Dave Inchcape
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Mirabelle Jones
Chrissie Cotterill ...
Roz Timson (as Chrissie Coterill)
Paul Bigley ...
Cary Timson
Ron Pember ...
Dennis Timson
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A well-meaning but overly officious social worker believes that Cary Timson is involved in devil worship and has his eight year-old daughter removed from her home. Rumpole defends the parents at the subsequent hearing. The zealously religious Ballard is offended that Rumpole would defend alleged devil worshipers and maneuvers to remove him from his office. As a sidebar, Hilda follows Rumpole when she suspects him of infidelity. Written by Gabe Taverney (duke1029@aol.com)

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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29 October 1992 (UK)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The film on television that Dominic Molloy is watching is the classic Hammer horror film "The Devil Rides Out" starring Christopher Lee. See more »

Quotes

Charlie Wisbeach: Ballard asked me in for a chat. It seems there may be a vacancy in your chambers.
Horace Rumpole: [tapping his head to indicate that he thinks Ballard is an idiot] Where Ballard is, there is *always* a vacancy.
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Features The Devil Rides Out (1968) See more »

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