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The Mourning Brooch: Part 2

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A thriller serial in three parts by Bill Craig
with Bryan Marshall as Ray Campion

Ray Campion was in Glasgow for one reason only - to get John Balfour's signature on a bill-of-sale.
But Insp Napier tells him that Balfour is wanted for murder; tells him, too, that there's no Mrs Balfour, though Campion has met her. After local tycoon Gowrie Bannerman puts pressure on him, Campion discovers that Balfour himself is dead and that Bannerman had him killed.
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Contributors

Writer: Bill Craig
Designer: Alex Gourlay
Producer: Pharic MacLaren
Ray Campion: Bryan Marshall
Gowrie Bannerman: Andrew Cruickshank
Dicky Doig: Iain Cuthbertson
Jean Balfour: Gay Hamilton
Tessa: Cyd Hayman
Napier: Tom Watson
Sinclair: Patrick Malahide
Sgt Jardine: Tony Roper
Nursing sister: Emma Chapman
Samson: Stuart McGugan
Gavin Bannerman: Tristan Aitken
Charlie Foreman: Charlie Sim
Zablocki: Richard Marner

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The Mourning Brooch: Part 2

BBC One London, 19 April 1979 21.40






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