Look and Read Series 1 Joe and the Sheep rustlers (1973) [TVRip (DivX)]

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Name:Look and Read Series 1 Joe and the Sheep rustlers (1973) [TVRip (DivX)]

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thanks to original uploader whose name i have forgoten in the mists of time
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Technical information:
10 episodes all bar episode 6 circa 20 minutes
episode 6 9m17s
res 720x576 25fps
codec divx 5.1
bitrate 813-880Kbps
Audio Information
Audio Codec: mp3
Audio Bitrate: 128 kbit/s
Frequency: 44.100 Hz
(ep6 bitrate 1982kbps due to shortend length)

Introduction (from no longer exists)

The last of the original-era stories was told from the point of view of a
lad called Joe, who lived in the town of Ten Bridges in the North of
England. He and his friend Jill investigate sheep rustling round the local
farms and end up in trouble, both from the rustlers who don't like snooping
and the local warden who gets fed up with lots of false alarms. Joe also
presented the in-between teaching bits from his workshop, with occasional
help from some other characters from the story.
Note that, like Leonard Kingston's other two Look and Read plots, this
features a sort-of villain who seems nice at first, has the hero kidnapped
in Episode 8, and ends with a big chase. This is also notable as the first
colour Look and Read story. Fewer than one in five UK primary schools had
colour TVs by this point, but it is colour all the same

Cast and Crew

Written by Leonard Kingston
Production assistant Judy Miles
Producer Andrée Molyneux

Starring Struan Rodger as Joe Norland
Martine Howard as Jill Sharp
Ken Jones as Mr West
Paul Humpoletz as Ted Beasley
Michael Grady as Denis Beasley
David Sadgrove as Mike Burns
Rita Howard as Mrs Sharp
Powell Jones as Pat
Ray Dunbobbin as Mr Burns

The Plot
WARNING! SPOILERS! Reading this bit will give away the whole storyline and
ruin your enjoyment if you haven't already seen/read it.
Joe is the shepherd boy at Castle Farm out on the moors, which is owned by
Mrs Sharp and her daughter Jill. A man called Mike Burns also works on the
farm, but he resigns in strange circumstances without giving a reason. Mrs
Sharp is angry because some of their sheep have been going missing recently,
and she blames the residents of the local youth hostel, run by Mr West. Mr
West himself is more suspicous of the neighbouring farmers, terrible Ted
and dozy Denis Beasley, two nasty brothers. Joe and Jill later see Mike
talking to the Beasley brothers, and find part of a burnt message in his
room at the farm that mentions blackmail. Joe and Jill go over to the
Beasleys' farm to visit Mike but are told that Mike doesn't work there.
Joe creeps round the back and sees Mike in the yard, along with a flock of
sheep whose painted markings show that they belong to another farm. Joe is
almost spotted by the Beasleys, but Mike helps him get away. When Joe
fetches Mr West to have a look at the sheep in the Beasley's yard, the
markings have been changed to show that they belong to the Beasleys. Ted
Beasley says he's going to make Joe very sorry for snooping.
A few weeks later the local sheep shearer comes to Castle Farm and secretly
hands Joe a coded note from Mike. Joe soon finds out that the shearer was
badly assaulted after giving him the note, and solves the code to discover
a warning about sheep rustlers. He and Jill hurry back to Castle Farm,
passing a big lorry on the way, and discover Mrs Sharp tied up in the barn
and all the sheep missing. They fetch Mr West again and stop the Beasleys'
lorry, but find it empty with no sign of any sheep. Joe and Jill go
searching on the moors for where the Beasleys could have hidden the sheep
but find no trace, so they go back to the Beasleys farm to ask Mike. Jill
distracts the Beasleys while Joe sneaks into their farmhouse. He can't find
Mike but does see part of a message from Ted Beasley to Mr Burns the
butcher, telling him to be ready for a delivery of sheep.
The Beasleys decide to get rid of the stolen sheep immediately. They grab a
tin of special marking paint and set off in their Land Rover. Joe jumps in
the back and pours the paint onto the road, leaving a trail for Jill to
follow. When the Beasleys arrive at their destination, some old houses on
the moor, they discover Joe and lock him up in one of the huts, which is
already holding Mike as a prisoner. Mike reveals that he had been stealing
some sheep from Castle Farm to sell to his father, the butcher, and the
Beasleys found out about it. Joe and Mike start hitting the door with an
old beam of wood while Jill gets her horse to pull on a rope tied to the
other side, and they soon pull the door off. Mike and Joe race off to Ten
Bridges and arrive in time to see the Beasleys confronting Mr Burns. They
confront the villains and tell them they're surrounded, but Ted is having
none of it and pulls out his shotgun. Just then Jill and Mr West screech up
in a car with some of the hostellers. Ted shoots Mr Burns in the shoulder
then the Beasleys dash off into the town. Mike soon grabs Denis while Joe
tackles Ted into the canal. The Beasleys and the Burnses are arrested, Joe
is made foreman of the farm and all the sheep rustling is stopped.

01 Castle Farm

02 Blackmail

03 A Mistake

04 One in three

05 Never say die

06 Prisoner in the house (Story segment only, reconstructed from compilation video)

07 The red trail

08 Left to rot

09 Put up your hands

10 The hero


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