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The Brothers

Synopsis

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A serial in 13 parts starring
Jean Anderson , Patrick O'Connell Jennifer Wilson with Richard Easton
Robin Chadwick , Derek Benfield
Griffith Trevelyan , Chief Sales Executive of RAI Transport (Clive Swift , left), the collapsing firm for whose oil rig installation contract Hammonds wish to bid, decides to play one contender off against another ...
7: The Mole by ERIC PAICE
Created by GERARD GLAISTER , N. j. CRISP Script editor DOUGLAS WATKINSON Designer IAN ASHURST
Executive producer KEN RIDDINGTON Producer BILL SELLARS Director PHILIP DUDLEY

Contributors

Unknown: Jean Anderson
Unknown: Patrick O'Connell
Unknown: Jennifer Wilson
Unknown: Richard Easton
Unknown: Robin Chadwick
Unknown: Derek Benfield
Unknown: Griffith Trevelyan
Unknown: Clive Swift
Unknown: Eric Paice
Unknown: Gerard Glaister
Unknown: N. J. Crisp
Editor: Douglas Watkinson
Designer: Ian Ashurst
Producer: Ken Riddington
Producer: Bill Sellars
Director: Philip Dudley
Denis Mathews: Jack May
Michael Parker: Hilary Minster
Muriel: Elizabeth Moorefield
Edward Hammond: Patrick O'Connell
Jennifer Hammond: Jennifer Wilson
Paul Merroney: Colin Baker
Bill Riley: Derek Benfield
David Hammond: Robin Chadwick
Brian Hammond: Richard Easton
Griffith Trevelyan: Clive Swift
Clare Miller: Carole Mowlam
Mary Hammond: Jean Anderson
Sir Neville Henniswode: Carleton Hobbs
Charles Rhodes: Esmond Webb
Jane Maxwell: Kate O'Mara






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