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House of Cards

Synopsis

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The last part of Michael Dobbs 's satirical view of British party politics in the not-too-distant-future, by award-winning dramatist Andrew Davies , starring
Ian Richardson , Susannah Harker In the run up to the leadership election Urquhart becomes ever more ruthless.
Producer Ken Riddington Director Paul Seed
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Contributors

Unknown: Michael Dobbs
Dramatist: Andrew Davies
Unknown: Ian Richardson
Unknown: Susannah Harker
Producer: Ken Riddington
Director: Paul Seed
Francis Urquhart: Ian Richardson
Mattie Storin: Susannah Harker
Roger O'Neill: Miles Anderson
Elizabeth Urquhart: Diane Fletcher
Penny Guy: Alphonsia Emmanuel
Patrick Woolton: Malcolm Tierney
Michael Samuels: Damien Thomas
Stamper: Colin Jeavons
McKenzie: Christopher Owen
Harold Earle: Kenneth Gilbert
John Krajewski: William Chubb
Stephanie Woolton: Vivienne Ritchie
Adrian Shepherd: Eric Allan
Stephen Kendrick: Tommy Boyle
Sir Humphrey Newlands: Robin Wentworth
McKenzie's assistant: Jan Winters






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