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ScreenPlay: The Shutter Falls

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We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
by NORMAN MALCOLM MACDONALD
When a 19th-century photographer and a young
Gaelic-speaking girl meet on the east coast of Scotland, it is not only their cultures which clash violently as he competes with two Scottish fishermen to win her favours.
Music composed by JOHN MCLEOD Film editor BOB BATHGATE
Designer CAMPBELL GORDON Photography ALEX SCOTT Recorded byROY ARGYLE
Produced by TOM KINNINMONT and NORMAN MCCANDLISH
Directed by PETER BARBER -FLEMING BBC Scotland

Contributors

Unknown: Norman Malcolm
Composed By: John McLeod
Editor: Bob Bathgate
Designer: Campbell Gordon
Unknown: Alex Scott
Unknown: Roy Argyle
Produced By: Tom Kinninmont
Directed By: Peter Barber
Alexander Watson: Starring Anthony Higgins
Ceit: Emer Gillespie
Mairi: Stella Gonet
Christina: Mary McInnes
Donald MacLeod: Ewan Stewart
Jim Flett: Billy Riddoch
Nurse Paterson: Joan Scott
Cooper: Hugh Martin
Curer: Gerry Slevin
Gaelic minister: Leonard Maguire
Gaelic skipper: Iain Glass
Singer: Madelaine Taylor
Packer: Lloret McKenna
Minister: Robert Urquhart

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ScreenPlay: The Shutter Falls

BBC Two England, 16 September 1987 21.25






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