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Petrocelli: Night Games

Synopsis

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A television feature film introducing
Idealistic law graduate Tony Petro celli faces his first important challenge defending society beauty Pauline Hannigan in a sensational murder trial.
He is to experience both triumph and tragedy in his battle against a brilliant prosecuting attorney armed with overwhelming evidence of her guilt.
Produced by THOMAS L. MILLER and EDWARD K. MILKIS
Directed by DON TAYLOR
(A new series starts next Friday)

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Petro
Unknown: Pauline Hannigan
Produced By: Thomas L. Miller
Produced By: Edward K. Milkis
Directed By: Don Taylor
Tony Petrocelli: Barry Newman
Patsy Petrocelli: Susan Howard
Pete Toley: Albert Salmi
Pauline Hannigan: Stefanie Powers
Luis Martinez: Henry Darrow
Clayton Nikell: William Prince
Dale Hannigan: Jon Cypher
Sheriff Dutch Arnbrecht: Ralph Meeker
Thelma Latimore: Joanna Cameron
D D Franklin: Luke Askew
Coroner Abe Cedric: William Hansen
Jenny Kenadices: Anjanette Comer
Judge Medford: Dennis Patrick
Bart Kenadices: Richard D Hurst
Judge Ambrose: Robert Emhardt
Fashion model: Sherry Love
Court reporter: Larry Thor
Hannah: Kathy Sweatman
TV newscaster: Ernst Neuman

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Petrocelli: Night Games

BBC One London, 21 April 1978 21.25






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