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Washington: Behind Closed Doors

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This fictional series tells an intriguing story of political and human drama and of those who use and abuse power in the capital of the most powerful nation on earth. In six episodes starring
3 : As conflicts between the Monckton administration and the CIA and FBI over ' bugging ' and illegal campaign contributions develop, Presidential aides Roger Castle and Hank Ferris continue their rise up the White House ladder-at the cost of the love and loyalty of those closest to them. For idealist Adam Gardiner , disillusionment begins to destroy his hopes for a better future under Monekton.
Written by DAVID w. rintels and ERIC bercovici. Based on The Company by JOHN ehrlichhan Produced by NORMAN POWELL Directed by GARY NELSON

Contributors

Unknown: Hank Ferris
Unknown: Adam Gardiner
Written By: David W. Rintels
Produced By: Norman Powell
Directed By: Gary Nelson
William Martin: Cliff Robertson
as Richard Monckton: Jason Robards
Sally Whalen: Stefanie Powers
Frank Flaherty: Robert Vaughn
Linda Martin: Lois Nettleton
Carl Tessler: Harold Gould
Adam Gardiner: Tony Bill
Esker Scott Anderson: Andy Griffith
Myron Dunn: John Houseman
Roger Castle: David Selby
Jennie Jamison: Meg Foster
Eli McGinn: Peter Coffield
Paula Gardiner FRANCES: Lee McCain
Joe Wisnovsky: Barry Primus
Kathy Ferris: Diana Ewing
Wanda Elliott: Lara Parker
Tucker Tallford: John Lehne
Simon Cappell: Alan Oppenheimer
Hank Ferris: Nicholas Pryor
Jimmy Bird: Joseph Hacker
AlliSOn: Frank Marth
Elmer Morse: Thayer David
Mrs Anderson: Dana Hansen
Lars Haglund: Skip Homeier
Bennett Lowman: Joiin Randolph

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Washington: Behind Closed Doors

BBC Two England, 1 May 1982 19.45






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