The Comic Strip Presents

Season 7 Episode 3

Queen of the Wild Frontier

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Aired Tuesday 10:15 PM May 06, 1993 on Channel 4
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Two escaped convicts hide in a country house owned by two women.

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    Ernest Clark

    Ernest Clark

    Voice of Father

    Guest Star

    Simon Brint

    Simon Brint

    Doctor

    Guest Star

    Tony Beard

    Tony Beard

    Policeman

    Guest Star

    Peter Richardson

    Peter Richardson

    Rupert Wilson

    Recurring Role

    Pete Richens

    Pete Richens

    Driver

    Recurring Role

    Alexei Sayle

    Alexei Sayle

    Inspector

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (2)


      • At the end of the film Fiona goes to the prison gates to lasso her released man back home with her. There is a young daughter sat behind her on the horse. The production had got a little girl but it didn't work so Julie T Wallace (Fiona) used her own 18month old daughter instead and they got the shot that was needed.


      • In the scene where the neighbours are driving Fiona to the hospital there is a barking dog. During some moments the dog is actually a hand puppet that is controlled by the actress Lynsey Baxter.

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      • Gary Beadle asked if it was safe to go into the water as he wasn't a good swimmer and the prisoner outfit included slippery shoes. During filming he was sucked under the water by the current. When he shouted for help the crew thought he was acting.



      • Gary Beadle asked if it was safe to go into the water as he wasn't a good swimmer and the prisoner outfit included slippery shoes. During filming he was sucked under the water by the current. When he shouted for help the crew throught he was acting.



      • Queen Of The Wild Frontier is based loosely on a real person that Peter Richardson knew in his childhood who was a ballet dancer and racing driver. Julie T Wallace who played Fiona met her in Essex before filming.


      • The music composered in this episode was in part by Spider Webb aka Peter Richardson. His character name in Bad News and More Bad News.

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