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A Man Called Harry Brent
A thriller in six parts starring
EDWARD BRAYSHAW with Brian Wilde
Bernard Brown
Peter Ducrow
3: The Pen
Film cameraman, A. A. Englander
Film editor, Valerie Best
Story editor, John Wiles
Designed by Evan Hercules
Produced and directed by ALAN BROMLY


Unknown: Harry Brent
Unknown: Gerald Harper
Unknown: Jennifer Daniel
Unknown: Edward Brayshaw
Unknown: Brian Wilde
Unknown: Bernard Brown
Unknown: Peter Ducrow
Editor: John Wiles
Designed By: Evan Hercules
Directed By: Alan Bromly
Det -Insp Alan Milton: Gerald Harper
Reg Bryer: John Horsley
Harold Tolly: Brian Wilde
Det -Sgt Roy Philips: Peter Ducrow
Eric Vyner: Bernard Brown
Tom: Denis Cleary
Carol Vyner: Jennifer Daniel
George: Frank Barrie
Mrs Green: Anna Wing
Harry Brent: Edward Brayshaw
Market stallholders: Harry Davis
Market stallholders: Hugh Halliday,
Market stallholders: Stewart Guidotti
Jacqueline Dawson: Judy Parfitt
Mark Rainer: Leon Shepperdson
Kevin Jason: Alan Hockey
Booth: Brian Cant

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BBC One London, 27 September 1968 20.25

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