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A Little Silver Trumpet


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by L. T. MEADE. The last of five parts dramatised by JULIA JONES
Johnnie Cleaver is in great danger. His loyalties are divided between his good-for-nothing father and his friends, Alison and her mother. There is one person who can help, but will she be strong enough to fight the evil that surrounds her?
Film cameraman JOHN BAKER Designer RAY LONDON
Executive producer ANNA HOME Director DOROTHEA BROOKING


Unknown: L. T. Meade.
Dramatised By: Julia Jones
Dramatised By: Johnnie Cleaver
Unknown: John Gatland
Unknown: John Baker
Designer: Ray London
Producer: Anna Home
Director: Dorothea Brooking
Alison: Siobhan O'Carroll
Johnnie: Ian Land
Bess: Zoe Cleveland
JOS: Nicholas Davies
Poll: Thea Bennett
Jim Ashburn: Norman Bowler
Mrs Cleaver: Patsy Byrne
Mallinger: Forbes Collins
Mrs Jessop: Merelina Kendall
Ned: Stephen Tate

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A Little Silver Trumpet

BBC One London, 17 December 1980 17.10

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