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Secret Army

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Trapped by N. j. CRISP starring Bernard Hepton
Angela Richards , Stephen Yardley Michael Culver , Clifford Rose , with Juliet Hammond-Hill , Ron Pember Valentine Dyall , Hazel McBride
The place is the French side of the border-Monique is shot. The authorities will contact her next-of-kin, but her papers are false.
Script editor JOHN BRASON DesignerAUSTIN RUDDY
Producer GERARD GLAISTER Director TERENCE DUDLEY
An exhibition based on this series is currently on display at the RAF Museum, Hendon, London

Contributors

Unknown: N. J. Crisp
Unknown: Bernard Hepton
Unknown: Angela Richards
Unknown: Stephen Yardley
Unknown: Michael Culver
Unknown: Clifford Rose
Unknown: Juliet Hammond-Hill
Unknown: Ron Pember
Unknown: Valentine Dyall
Unknown: Hazel McBride
Editor: John Brason
Designer: Austin Ruddy
Producer: Gerard Glaister
Director: Terence Dudley
Monique: Angela Richards
Marcel Coubet: John Rees
RAF evader: William Relton
German Officer: Derek Lamden
French Police Insp: Edward Arthur
Sister Louise: Peggy Sinclair
Hauptmann Neumann: John Stone
Police Inspector: Frank Vincent
Natalie: Juliet Hammond-Hill
French railwayman: Robert Vahey
Max: Stephen Yardley
Madelaine Duclos: Hazel McBride
Albert: Bernard Hepton
Alain: Ron Pember
Kessler: Clifford Rose
Rennert: Robin Langford
German guard: Fred Tarttelin
Dr Keldermans: Valentine Dyall
Brandt: Michael Culver

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