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The Onedin Line


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The fifth of a series of ten episodes starring
Peter Gilmore in The Upright Man by DOUGLAS WATKINSON with Jessica Benton
Howard Lang , Jill Gascoine Tom Adams , Warren Clarke
'... I'll go out and come back in again ... Hello Letty, carpet cost me a fortune, but I'll not mention it!
Series devised by CYRIL ABRAHAM Script editor MERVYN HAISMAN Designer Richard MORRIS Producer GERAINT MORRIS Director GILCHRIST CALDER


Unknown: Peter Gilmore
Unknown: Douglas Watkinson
Unknown: Jessica Benton
Unknown: Howard Lang
Unknown: Jill Gascoine
Unknown: Tom Adams
Unknown: Warren Clarke
Designer: Richard Morris
Producer: Geraint Morris
Director: Gilchrist Calder
Captain Baines,: Howard Lang
Auskerry ,: James Copeland
Ringham: Christopher Burgess
Auctioneer: John Bryans
James Onedin: Peter Gilmore
Murchison: John Gabriel
Letty Onedin: Jill Gascoine
Lady Fogarty: Jessica Benton
William Frazer: Marc Harrison
Josiah Beaumont: Warren Clarke
Sir Daniel Fogarty: Tom Adams
Samuel Onedin: Christopher Douglas
Charlotte Onedin: Laura Hartong
Henshaw: Tommy Wright
Vikersund: Harald Tusberg
Mackay: Jon Croft
Støren: Steve Ubels

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