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Bergerac: Treasure Hunt


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by Rod Beacham
Series created by Robert Banks Stewart
starring John Nettles with Terence Alexander, Sean Arnold, Louise Jameson
Guest stars Liza Goddard, Peter Jeffrey, James Maxwell
Murder and a series of apparently unrelated robberies bring Jim Bergerac face to face with his old adversary, Philippa Vale, with unforeseen consequences for them both.


Writer: Rod Beacham
Series created by: Robert Banks Stewart
Theme music by: George Fenton
Incidental music by: Ray Russell
Script Editor: John Chapman
Film Editor: Bernard Ashby
Designer: Phil Roberson
Photography: Kevin J. Rowley
Producer: Jonathan Alwyn
Director: Robert Tronson
Jim Bergerac: John Nettles
Charles: Terence Alexander
Philippa Vale: Liza Goddard
Terence: Peter Jeffrey
Raymond: James Maxwell
Simeon Fox: David Horovitch
Cyril Clavering: John Grillo
Miranda: Lynette Davies
Crozier: Sean Arnold
Susan Young: Louise Jameson
Gregory Ormond: Greg Hicks
Tina Bragg: Carole Harrison
Insp Petch: Michael Melia
Sgt Grieve: Steve Paget
Museum curator: Rosemary Frankau
Peggy: Nancy Mansfield
Det Con Wilson: Geoffrey Leesley
Det Con Goddard: Jolyon Baker
Sir Roger Carfax: Stuart Saunders
Leao: John Cassady
Vincent: David Beckett
Security assistant: Christopher Donat
Shopkeeper: John Crocker
Desk clerk: Marilyn Le Conte
Chaplain: Chris Dunne
Waitress at garden party: Penny Smith
Waitress at cafe: Theresa Fresson
Lady with dog: Dorothea Alexander
Tony Bragg: Gareth Milne

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