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Screen Two: The Temptation of Eileen Hughes

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Adapted from the novel by BRIAN MOORE starring Jim Norton Angharad Rees and Ethna Roddy
'I used to think that anything special that happened to me was all because of the McAuleys.' The McAuleys are local celebrities and Eileen Hughes , a young shop assistant, is flattered to be taken under their wings. When she accepts their invitation to join them for a week's holiday in London, she has no suspicion of what she is letting herself in for.
Music JOHN DU PREZ
Designer DAVID MYERSCOUGH JONES Photography NIGEL WALTERS Film editor IAN PITCH
Produced by MARTIN THOMPSON Directed by TRISTRAM POWELL
0 FEATURE: page 15 and FILMS: page 26
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Contributors

Novel By: Brian Moore
Unknown: Jim Norton
Unknown: Angharad Rees
Unknown: Ethna Roddy
Unknown: Eileen Hughes
Designer: David Myerscough
Produced By: Martin Thompson
Directed By: Tristram Powell
Bernard McAuley: Jim Norton
Mona: Angharad Rees
Eileen Hughes: Ethna Roddy
Agnes Hughes: Mary Duddy
Hotel manager: John Carlin
Arthur Bateman: John Pine
Hotel waiter: Aiden Water
Caretaker: Birdy Sweeney






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