Haggard (TV series)
|Written by||Eric Chappell|
|Country of origin||UK|
|No. of series||2|
|No. of episodes||14|
|Executive producer(s)||Vernon Lawrence|
|Original release||27 January 1990 – 30 August 1992|
The series is set during 1777—1778, in the Georgian era, and was about the exploits of Squire Haggard, the Squire's 25-year-old son Roderick, and their servant Grunge.
- Keith Barron — as "Squire Amos Haggard"
- Reece Dinsdale — as his son, "Roderick Haggard"
- Sam Kelly — as their servant, "Nathanial Grunge"
- Sara Crowe — as "Fanny Foulacre" (Series 1)
- Michael Jayston — as "Sir Joshua Foulacre" (Series 1)
- William Simons — as "the Landlord"
The poverty-stricken Squire Amos Haggard, who is a former friend of the Prince of Wales, is desperate for money and is always plotting for ways in which he can recoup the family fortune.
The Squire's son, Roderick, is idealistic and falls in love very easily. Roderick is more interested in beautiful young ladies than he is in money, and his foolishness often brings his father's schemes undone.
Nathanial Grunge, their servant, is richer than his two masters, and would like to be free of them to pursue his own dreams (something he finds impossible to do because the Squire often uses Grunge's money in his get-rich-quick schemes).