Joel Murcott — Screenplay

Episodes 4

October 5, 1955 30m

Sir Percy is always ready to make a wager. However, betting on the outcome of the Pimpernel's latest escapade could be dangerous - and even cost him his freedom.

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November 2, 1955 30m

Answering an appeal from the Princesse Melanie de Monsantes to bring her brother Jacques to safety from France, the Pimpernel finds him but he refuses to leave and instead asks the Pimpernel for help in frustrating Chauvelin's latest plan.

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December 13, 1955 30m

Lord Richard Hastings's eye for a pretty girl places him and Sir Percy in the spotlight - and right under Chauvelin's nose. Will the gossip prove to be their undoing, or can the Pimpernel save the day?

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February 7, 1956 30m

The Abbey of Nanterre has been plundered by Chauvelin, and many of its monks lie dead. Sir Percy decides to rescue the remaining monks, including the Father Guardian, who Percy discovers to be quite a handful.

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