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ScreenPlay: Daylight Robbery


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by ROSE TREMAIN starring Joan Hickson
Neglected by her family, kept apart from her grandchildren, desperately short of money, Bea begins to gamble - at first for small stakes, but ultimately for the highest stake of all: revenge for the past.
Photography JOHN WALKER Film editor KATE EVANS


Unknown: Joan Hickson
Unknown: John Walker
Editor: Kate Evans
Producer: Brenda Reid
Director: Chris Goddard
Bea: Joan Hickson
Helen: Lynn Farleigh
Edward: Michael N Harbour
Willy: Denys Hawthorne
Insp Herrick: Matthew Long
Janice Lawrence: Gay Baynes
Ted Lawrence: Ed Devereaux
Bank manager: Robert Lang
Assistant bank manager: Tony Meyer
Jessica: Annie Gurney
Colin: Alexander Goodman
CID inspector: David McEwan
Police constable: David Telfer

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ScreenPlay: Daylight Robbery

BBC Two England, 16 July 1986 21.25

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