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Monday Film: The Man Who Died Twice


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Starring Stuart Whitman, Brigitte Fossey
In an attempt to hide his past as a forger of 'masterpieces', painter Eric Seward leaves America for Spain and fakes his own death. But when he rescues a young girl from attempted suicide, complications arise. He is forced to resume painting to earn a living - fact which leads to his discovery by a fraudulent art dealer, who would prefer Seward genuinely dead.
Films: p 11 (First showing on British television)


Screenplay: Jackson Gillis
Producer: Steve Shagan
Director: Joseph Sargent
Eric Seward: Stuart Whitman
Denise: Brigitte Fossey
Joe Larrabee: Jeremy Slate
Francis Cumberland: Bernard Lee
Harry: Severn Darden
Poldo: Bruno Barnabe
Kincaid: Peter Damon
Jenkins: Ralph Neville

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Monday Film: The Man Who Died Twice

BBC One London, 16 February 1981 21.25

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