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Grange Hill


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First of 20 episodes by Chris Ellis.

It's the first day at school for a new first year but plenty of old faces are back as well.


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Writer: Chris Ellis
Mrs McClusky: Gwyneth Powell
Mr Bronson: Michael Sheard
Mrs Reagan: Lucinda Curtis
Miss Booth: Karen Ford
Mr MacKenzie: Nicholas Donnelly
Mr Robson: Stuart Organ
Mr Griffiths: George A. Cooper
Mrs Pearson: Julia Goodman
Ziggy: George Christopher
Robbie: John Alford
Gonch: John McMahon
Helen: Ruth Carraway
Georgina: Samantha Lewis
Calley: Simone Hyams
Jane: Joann Kenny
Ronnie: Tina Mahon
Trevor: John Drummond
Vince: Steve West
Louise: Alison McLaughlin
Laura: Fiona Lee-Fraser
Fred: Simon Vaughan
Danny: Jonathan Lambeth
Justine: Rachel Roberts
Chrissy: Sonya Kearns
Susi: Lynne Radford
Matthew: Paul Adams
'Tegs': Sean Maguire
Clarke: Darren Cudjoe
Paula: Andrea Sharkey
Lucy: Kerry Binns
Gonch's next-door neighbour: Elaine Williams
Simon Peers: Peter Meakin
Mauler: Joshua Fenton
Ted: Ian Congdon-Lee
Mauler's gang: Stuart McGregor
Mauler's gang: Warren Jackson
Girl in CDT: Marissa Lindsay
Boy in playground: Robert Charge
Girl in cloakroom: Sara Richards
Boy in cloakroom: Adam Clamp

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