After capturing the neighborhood witch in the act of haunting a woodland glade, Campion learns the name of the gang leader who is trying to steal the Gyrth's chalice. Campion is captured and imprisoned in a stable with a murderous horse while the gang readies to assault the Gyrth's stronghold. Written by
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The last lines are delivered by Gordon Jackson, a paraphrase from Shakespeare, "There are more things in Heaven and Earth, Orlando." Jackson, who played Horatio in the 1969 production of Tony Richardson's "Hamlet", had that line delivered to him by Nicol Williamson's Hamlet. See more
[Daisy's henchman drag Campion away
It's a fair cop. I'll go quietly, guv'nor. I'd like a cell with a view, early morning call, tea and a copy of the Sporting Life at, say, 8:30.
Falling in Love Again
Music by Friedrich Hollaender
English lyrics by Samuel Lerner
Sung by Peter Davison See more