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Screen One: One Way Out


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by Mick Ford. Starring with
James Carlisle is a success story. His career as an architect is thriving. The pain of his divorce has faded and he sees his children every weekend.
But when his ex-wife Lyn falls passionately in love with the volatile Bernard, James's cosy, ordered world is threatened and he is spurred into action.
(First showing on British television)
0 FEATURE: page 8


Unknown: Mick Ford.
Unknown: James Carlisle
Music: Richard Harvey
Editor: Tariq Anwar
Designer: Graeme Thomson
Unknown: Photography John McGlashan
Producer: Richard Broke
Director: Robert Young
James: Bob Peck
Bernard: Denis Lawson
Sue: Samantha Bond
Lyn: Lesley Nightingale
Beddow: David Swift
Reece: Bill Wallis
Rick: Enn Reitel
Athene: Roberta Taylor
Edward: Robert Hickson
Gemma: Gemma Street
Hannah: Hannah Morris
Robert: Robert Chalkley
Katie: Katherine Young
Ann Tregeen: Caroline Holdaway
Alex: David Firth
Prudoe: John Clive
Roger: Edward Lyon
Tutor: Geoffrey Drew
Marcus: Ulric Browne
Hit man: Bill Moody
Cochrane: Richard Pescud
Patrick: Barry Woolgar
Mary: Joan White
Policewoman: Joanna Phillips-Lane
Lady in hospital: Peggy Ann Wood

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Screen One: One Way Out

BBC One London, 10 September 1989 21.05

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