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Screen Two: Old Flames

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
By Simon Gray. Starring and Daniel is an obeying and high-flying barrister with the good life on his side.
Nathaniel Quass is a rich and bizarre recluse, generous, obsessed and sad. This reluctant pair are caught up in an alliance against an ingenious conspiracy which threatens both of their lives.
Music by STEPHEN OLIVER
Production manager BILL CRASKE Film editor BILL WRIGHT
Production designer DON TAYLOR Lighting cameraman DAVID FEIG Produced by KENITH TRODD
Directed by CHRISTOPHER MORAHAN
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Contributors

Unknown: Simon Gray.
Unknown: Nathaniel Quass
Music By: Stephen Oliver
Unknown: Bill Craske
Editor: Bill Wright
Designer: Don Taylor
Unknown: David Feig
Produced By: Kenith Trodd
Directed By: Christopher Morahan
Daniel: Stephen Fry
Quass: Simon Callow
Nellie: Miriam Margolyes
Jackaboy: Clive Francis
Cricketer: Graham Seed
Man in car park: Christopher Driscoll
Sophie: Hetty Baynes
Herman: Frank Ellis
Parkes: Peter Gulnness
Carper: Michael Haughey
Photographer: Ursula Jones
Her companion: Ray Sparks
Zelda: Shaheen Khan
Strauss: Henry Goodman
Luigi: Romolo Bruni
Caroline: Zoe Rutland
Davina: Celia Imrie
Secretary: Helen Hazeldene
Cookson: James Coyle
Club porter: Harry Littlewood
Member: Roger Hammond
Servant: David Hatton
Hopjoy: Andy Bradford
Judge: John Atkinson
Nurse: Judy Holt
Doctor: Tim Meats






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