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The Stone of Scone 

In flashback, Hugh Fitzcairn tricks Duncan into helping steal the crown jewels; in modern day, Duncan tricks Amanda into helping to steal the Stone of Scone so he can return it to Scotland.

Director:

Richard Martin

Writers:

Gregory Widen (character), Michael O'Mahony | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Adrian Paul ... Duncan MacLeod
Elizabeth Gracen ... Amanda Darieux
Michael Culkin ... Bernie Crimmins
Roger Daltrey ... Hugh Fitzcairn
David Barrass David Barrass ... Harry
Harry Jones Harry Jones ... Andrew
Neville Phillips Neville Phillips ... Butler
Paul Barrett ... The Bobby
Colin David Reese Colin David Reese ... Uriah (as Colin Reese)
Barnaby Apps Barnaby Apps ... Patrick
Valerie Ann Wyss Valerie Ann Wyss ... Barmaid (as Valérie Ann Wyss)
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In flashback, Hugh Fitzcairn tricks Duncan into helping steal the crown jewels; in modern day, Duncan tricks Amanda into helping to steal the Stone of Scone so he can return it to Scotland.

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Release Date:

21 April 1997 (Canada) See more »

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Trivia

The Stone of Scone was, in fact, stolen from Westminster Abbey on Christmas Day 1950 by a group of Scottish students. It was broken during its removal and transported by the students to Scotland. The stone was left at Arbroath Abbey on 11 April 1951 and then returned to Westminster Abbey. At the time, rumors circulated that the returned stone was a copy and not the real stone. On 3 July 1996, the House of Commons announced that the stone would from then on be kept in Scotland and only returned to England for use in coronations. On 30 November 1996 it arrived at Edinburgh Castle, where is has remained since. See more »

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