Dick Turpin (1979–1982)
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Sir John Glutton sends Spiker on an errand carrying a letter pledging his allegiance to Prince Charles, pretender to the throne, in the seams of his coat. Spiker is ambushed by Foxy and ... See full summary »

Director:

Gerry Poulson
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Richard O'Sullivan ... Dick Turpin
Christopher Benjamin ... Sir John Glutton
David Daker ... Captain Nathan Spiker
Michael Deeks Michael Deeks ... Swiftnick
Stephen Greif ... Major Walther Von Gerhardt
Heather Wright ... Julia Hawthorne
Forbes Collins Forbes Collins ... Foxwell
Griffith Davies Griffith Davies ... Nabber
Joan Rhodes Joan Rhodes ... Big Nell
Keith James Keith James ... Davy
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Billy Dean Billy Dean ... Tim Cook

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Storyline

Sir John Glutton sends Spiker on an errand carrying a letter pledging his allegiance to Prince Charles, pretender to the throne, in the seams of his coat. Spiker is ambushed by Foxy and Nabber, who steal the coat. Glutton forces Dick Turpin to recover the letter by holding Big Nell of the Cock and Bull hostage. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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Goofs

At the start of Turpin's duel with Major Gerhardt, he is heard to say 'Swiftnick, hold them there", but his lips don't move. See more »

Quotes

Major Gerhardt: [in the middle of a duel] I think it only fair to tell you that I am the champion of Hanover.
Dick Turpin: To hell with Hanover!
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Release Date:

17 March 1979 (UK) See more »

Company Credits

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Gatetarn, Seacastle See more »
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