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Moon and Son: G.I. Joe Is Missing

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Third part of the astrological thriller series starring Millicent Martin, John Michie
Did Joe Thorpe's drug past catch up with him in Normandy? Gladys employs a psychic approach to the mystery of his disappearance, while Trevor conducts his own style of investigation.
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TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Writer/Producer: Robert Banks Stewart
Director: Roger Tucker
Gladys Moon: Millicent Martin
Trevor Moon: John Michie
Cecile Coulmier: Laure Killing
Inspector Sardou: Patrick Drury
Mathieu: John Fitzgerald Jay
Detective Sergeant Eavis: Ian Redford
Albin Jobert: Pascal Laurent
Chantal: Henrietta Voigts
Maurice Gautier: Roland Curram
Bobo: Justine Midda
Gilbert Vernay: Michael Brogan
Dennis Bucknall: Brian Capron
Mr Thorpe: John Rolfe
Mrs Thorpe: Caroline John
Alan: Kim Fenton
Dave: Paul McKenzie
Patton: P.J. Davidson
Miranda Wolverton: Sara Stockbridge
Shand: Richard Barr

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Moon and Son: G.I. Joe Is Missing

BBC One London, 18 January 1992 19.55






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