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Episode #3.3 

Tholly takes Ross to a French port where republican soldiers are executing their prisoner. They meet Jacques Clisson, who gives them information about Dwight's incarceration but, threatened... See full summary »

Director:

Stephen Woolfenden

Writers:

Winston Graham (novels), Debbie Horsfield
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Eleanor Tomlinson ... Demelza Poldark
Aidan Turner ... Ross Poldark
Sean Gilder ... Tholly Tregirls
Gabriella Wilde ... Caroline Enys
Beatie Edney ... Prudie
Heida Reed ... Elizabeth Warleggan
Jack Farthing ... George Warleggan
Harry Marcus ... Geoffrey Charles
Ellise Chappell ... Morwenna Chynoweth
Jason Squibb Jason Squibb ... Reverend Odgers
Harry Richardson ... Drake Carne
Tom York ... Sam Carne
Ed Browning ... Paul Daniel
Tristan Sturrock ... Zacky Martin
Pip Torrens ... Cary Warleggan
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Tholly takes Ross to a French port where republican soldiers are executing their prisoner. They meet Jacques Clisson, who gives them information about Dwight's incarceration but, threatened with prison himself, Ross returns home without his friend. Banned by Warleggan from using his church, the Carne boys find a venue for their Methodist meeting house, but are again thwarted by Warleggan through a legal loop-hole and are ultimately saved by Demelza, who allows them to use a barn on Ross's land. The Warleggans move to Truro, where even Elizabeth is shocked by the immoral social climbing of her newly appointed magistrate husband, and starts to feel isolated, but their absence leaves Morwenna, encouraged by Aunt Agatha and Geoffrey Charles, to continue meeting Drake. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Genres:

Drama | History | Romance

Certificate:

TV-14
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Release Date:

25 June 2017 (UK) See more »

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Come, Sinners, to the Gospel Feast
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Performed by POLDARK CAST
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