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One by One


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A series of ten programmes based on the Zoo Vet books by DAVID TAYLOR 9: Down Below by TERRY HODGKINSON
Workmen hear strange noises while inside a cave and a sheep's carcass is found.
Turner goes in search of a large meat-eating animal.
Music composed by MICHAEL OMER Script editor CHRISTOPHER PENFOLD Produced by BILL SELLARS


Unknown: David Taylor
Unknown: Terry Hodgkinson
Composed By: Michael Omer
Editor: Christopher Penfold
Produced By: Bill Sellars
Directed By: Roderick Graham
starring as Donald Turner: Rob Heyland
Paddy: With James Ellis
Ethel: Sonia Graham
Jock: Andrew Robertson
Liz: And Christina Nagy
Haslam: Tenniel Evans
Norman: Michael Ripper
Brian: David Cann
Derek: Stephen Moorewood
Mr Porter: Brian Peck
Bill Dukes: Freddie Earlle
Harry Evans: Peter Needham
Mrs Duncan: Kathleen Bidmead
Headmaster: Richard Hampton
Doctor: Kenneth Lodge

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