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Told his battalion is to be split up due to lack of recruits at home, Sharpe and Harper return to England to investigate. What should have been a simple query turns politically explosive as...See full summary »
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Major Richard Sharpe:
Do you have such a thing as an officer of the day?
Capt. Carline: Of course!
Major Richard Sharpe: Who is it?
Capt. Carline: Actually, me!
Major Richard Sharpe: Actually, you?
Capt. Carline: Yes! Captain Carline! And you are?
Major Richard Sharpe: I am Major Richard Sharpe.
Major Richard Sharpe: South Essex. You've heard of me.
Capt. Carline: Uh...yes. You..you took the French Eagle at Talavera...
In 'Regiment' we see the French Eagle that was taken by Sharpe in an earlier episode called 'Eagle'. The one in 'Regiment' paraded before the Prince Regent has remnants of a French Tricolour on the staff, but go to the episode of 'Eagle' when the Eagle is taken by Sharpe, there is no sign of the Flag - it is totally bare.
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