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A series of six dramatised reconstructions of espionage stories. 2: Camp 020 by HUGH CONNOR featuring
Paul Gregory as Hans Hansen
' I am not allowed to execute you here. But I can arrange for you to be shot or hanged before noon tomorrow. How does that appeal to you?'
Camp 020 was a wartime centre at Ham Common, Surrey, where captured German agents were invited to change sides.
Series devised hv ALLAN PRIOR Film editor ALAN LYGO
Film cameraman JOHN MCGLASHAN Designer DEREK DODD
Executive producer ANTHONY ISAACS Producer FRANK cox DirectorJOHN BIRD


Unknown: Hugh Connor
Unknown: Paul Gregory
Unknown: Hans Hansen
Unknown: John McGlashan
Designer: Derek Dodd
Producer: Anthony Isaacs
Producer: Frank Cox
Director: John Bird
Officer: Gavin Campbell
Corporal: Paul Toothill
First man: Alan Downer
Sentry: Chuck Julian
Commandant: Gary Raymond
Mess corporal: Frank Seton
Major: John Barckoft
Lt Duthie: David Ashton
Dr Harold Dearden: Griffith Jones
Lt Pringle: Alec Wallis
Cpl Wilson: , Kenneth Oxtoby
Pte Owen: John Asbury
Felicity: Judy Robinson
Wireless sergeant: Walter Henry
Narrator: Alexander John

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