New Worlds (2014)
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1680: Young Ned Hawkins comes to Hadley, Massachusetts, to collect rents from the settlers on behalf of his father, the landlord. When native Americans attack Ned fights them off along with... See full summary »

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Sean Baker ...
Pastor Russell
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Angelica Fanshawe
Pip Carter ...
Judge Jeffreys
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Ralph
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Amelia
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Goffe
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Agnes
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Ned
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Abe Goffe
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Hope
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Abigail
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Luke
Paul Hamilton ...
Zachariah
Niall Hayes ...
Benjamin
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Randolph
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1680: Young Ned Hawkins comes to Hadley, Massachusetts, to collect rents from the settlers on behalf of his father, the landlord. When native Americans attack Ned fights them off along with Pastor Russell and his daughter Hope in a party led by William Goffe, a fugitive regicide wanted by Charles II for his part in his father's execution. Goffe makes it clear to Ned that he sees his father as a greedy land grabber. In England republican Angelica Fanshawe falls foul of tyrannical clay pit owner Hardwick and his kinsman Judge Jeffreys, who forces Will Blood to spy on Angelica's 'nest of vipers' in return for his father's life. Now married to Roman Catholic John Francis Angelica is about to celebrate her daughter Beth's birthday when outlaws led by Goffe's son Abe arrive, robbing the guests, who include the Duke of Monmouth, Charles' illegitimate son who is hoping to mount a rebellion. Abe rides off with Beth and tells her that her true father was Edward Sexby, a man who gave his life ... Written by don @ minifie-1

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16 February 2015 (USA)  »

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Jamaica
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Traditional
From John Playford's Dancing Master 4th edition, 1670
Performed by The Broadside Band
[dance during Beth's birthday celebrations]
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