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The Friday Film: New Face in Hell


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starring George Peppard
Raymond Burr , Gayle Hunnicutt
Down-and-out private eye P. J. Detweiler is hired by tycoon William Orbison , ostensibly as body-guard to his mistress Maureen Preble. But, in reality, he's to be an unwitting participant in an ingeniously planned murder.
Director JOHN GUILLERMIN. Films: page 17


Unknown: George Peppard
Unknown: Raymond Burr
Unknown: Gayle Hunnicutt
Unknown: J. Detweiler
Unknown: William Orbison
Unknown: Maureen Preble.
Director: John Guillermin.
P J Detweiler: George Peppard
William Orbison: Raymond Burr
Maureen Preble: Gayle Hunnicutt
Waterlyack: Brock Peters
Billings Browne: Wilfrid Hyde White
Jason Grenoble: Jason Evers
Betty Orbison: Coleen Gray
Linette Orbison SUSAN: Saint James
Shelton Quell: Severn Darden
Elinor Silene: H Jane Cvan Duser
Sonny Silene: George Furth
Lita: Barbara Dana
Charlie: Herbert Edelman
Poppa: John Qualen
Police Lieutenant: Bert Freed
Thorson: Ken Lynch

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The Friday Film: New Face in Hell

BBC One London, 1 October 1976 22.46

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