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Haggard a 1990—1992 British comedy television series. "Haggard" is about the exploits of Squire Haggard, the Squire's 25-year-old son Roderick, and their servant Grunge. It was made for the ITV network by Yorkshire Television, and based on Squire Haggard’s Journal by Michael Green, more famous for his The Art of Coarse... books.

Fanny Foulacre, Roderick's girlfriend, makes asides to the camera, commenting upon the situations she finds herself in.

The series is set during 1777—1778, in the Georgian era.

Series Cast

  1. Keith Barron

    Keith Barron

    14 Episodes

  2. Sam Kelly

    Sam Kelly

    14 Episodes

  3. Reece Dinsdale

    Reece Dinsdale

    14 Episodes

  4. William Simons

    14 Episodes

  5. Michael Jayston

    Michael Jayston

    14 Episodes

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Last Season

Season 2

1992 | 7 Episodes

Season 2 of Haggard premiered on July 18, 1992.

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Status Ended


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Certification -

Type Scripted

Original Language English

Runtime 30m


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