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"The Crusade" is the sixth story of the second season of Doctor Who.

Summary[]

The Lion[]

The Knight of Jaffa[]

The Wheel of Fortune[]

The Warlords[]

Background information[]

Links and references[]

Cast[]

  • Dr. Who - William Hartnell
  • Ian Chesterton - William Russell
  • Barbara Wright - Jacqueline Hill
  • Vicki - Maureen O'Brien
  • William des Preaux - John Flint
  • El Akir - Walter Randall
  • Richard the Lionheart - Julian Glover
  • Reynier de Marun - David Anderson
  • William de Tornebu - Bruce Wightman
  • Ben Daheer - Reg Pritchard
  • Thatcher - Tony Caunter
  • Saphadin - Roger Avon
  • Saladin - Bernard Kay
  • Saracen Warriors -
    • Derek Ware
    • Valentino Musetti
    • Chris Konyils
    • Raymond Novak
    • Anthony Colby
  • Joanna - Jean Marsh
  • Chamberlain - Robert Lankesheer
  • Sheyrah - Zohra Segal
  • Luigi Ferrigo - Gabor Baraker
  • Haroun - George Little
  • Safiya - Petra Markham
  • Earl of Leicester - John Bay
  • Turkish Bandit - David Brewster
  • Maimuna - Sandra Hampton
  • Fatima - Viviane Sorrél
  • Hafsa - Diana McKenzie
  • Ibrahim - Tutte Lemkow
  • Man-at-Arms - Billy Cornelius

Uncredited performers[]

  • Rikki Patterson as a Christian cleric (2)

Crew[]

  • Written by David Whitaker
  • Directed by Douglas Camfield
  • Produced by Verity Lambert
  • Fight Arranger - Derek Ware
  • Title music by Ron Grainer with the BBC Radiophonic Workshop
  • Incidental music composed and conducted by Dudley Simpson
  • Film Cameraman - Peter Hamilton
  • Film Editor - Pam Bosworth
  • Lighting - Ralph Walton
  • Sound - Brian Hiles
  • Costumes supervised by Daphne Dare
  • Make-up supervised by Sonia Markham
  • Story Editor - Dennis Spooner
  • Designer - Barry Newbery

References[]

1190; 1191; 2167

Acre; Allah; Andersen, Hans Christian; ant; Arsuf; Ascalon; Baghdad; Basra; bow and arrow; British monarchy; Brothers de l'Etable; chamberlain; Christianity; Conrad of Tyre; Crusade; date; date honey; Devil; dog; Earth; Egypt; emir; England; falconry; France; Franks; Saint George; Genoa; God; gold; Gulliver's Travels; hawk; Henry II; Holy Land; Holy Sepulchre; horse; India; insect; Islam; ivory; jackal; Jaffa; Jerusalem; John of England; knife; knight; lance; Lilliput; lion; Lydda; man-at-arms; Saint Michael; Nero; Philip of France; pig; Pisa; player; pope; prince; princess; queen; Ramlah; Rome; Romeo and Juliet; Saracen; satin; Scheherazade; Shakespeare, William; silk; sparrow; sultan; sword; Syria; trader; treaty; Turkey; Tyre; Venice; Vortis; witch

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