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The Friday Film: The Limbo Line


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Craig Stevens , Kate O'Mara
Moira Redmond , Vladek Sheybal Robert Urquhart , Norman Bird
Although warned off the case by his superiors, intelligence agent Manston is determined to crack the secret of the Limbo Line - the method used to kidnap defecting Russians and return them to
Based on the novel by VICTOR CANNING
Director SAMUEL GALLU Films: page 11


Unknown: Craig Stevens
Unknown: Kate O'Mara
Unknown: Moira Redmond
Unknown: Vladek Sheybal
Unknown: Robert Urquhart
Novel By: Victor Canning
Director: Samuel Gallu
Manston: Craig Stevens
Irina: Kate O'Mara
Ludmilla: Moira Redmond
Oleg: Vladek Sheybal
Hardwick: Robert Urquhart
Chivers: Norman Bird
Cadillet: Eugene Deckers
Pauline: Yolande Turner
Dilys: Jean Marsh
Alex: Frederick Jaeger

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The Friday Film: The Limbo Line

BBC One London, 7 January 1977 23.26

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