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by lavinia DERWENT: adapted for television by CLIFFORD HANLEY
Twelve-year-old Magnus Macduff lives on the beautiful but remote Hcbridean island of Sula. He loves the island with its colour, its long sandy beaches and its rich wild life. But "although Magnus may love Sula, he doesn't like school....
Film cameraman STUART WYLD
Sound recordist cordon FORSYTH Film editor ailefin FORSYTH Designer wai.ter MILLER
Executive producer pharic maci.aren
Producer bob mcintosh (BBC Scotland)


Television By: Clifford Hanley
Unknown: Magnus MacDuff
Unknown: Stuart Wyld
Magnus Macduff: Lachie Campbell
Andrew Murray: Tony Calvin
Gran jean: Taylor Smith
District Nurse: Eileen McCallum
Mr Skinnymalink: Brown Derby
Diana suz: Suzan Cameron
Jeremy: Ian Halliburton
Jinty Cowan: Catriona Murray
Tair: Joseph McKenna
Ferret: Paul Herley

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