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Screen Two: Blood Hunt


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by Neil Gunn. Adapted by Stewart Conn
The Highlands of Scotland. A fight outside the village hall. Robert Menzies lies dead and Allan Innes flees to the hills, pursued by Robert's brother. An old friend, Sandy Ross, tries to prevent the inevitable blood hunt.
BBC Scotland

FEATURE: page 4 and FILMS: page 21


Author: Neil Gunn.
Adapted by: Robert Menzies
Stuntman: Ken Barker
Film Editor: Robert Bathgate
Designer: Jim Longmuir
Photography: Stuart Wyld
Recorded by: Gordon Forsyth
Executive Producer: Bill Bryden
Producer: Norman McCandlish
Director: Peter Barber Fleming
Sandy Ross: Andrew Keir
Allan Innes: Iain Glen
Nicol Menzies: Michael Carter
The Rev Davidson: Nigel Stock
Liz Murison: Arabella Weir
Widow Macleay: Yvonne Gilan
Maria: Emma D'Inverno
Young Allan: Jake Fox
Danny: Paul Kermack
Doctor: John Malcolm
Nurse Simpson: Alison Key
Police inspector: Jon Croft
Joiner: Alan Tall
Italian: Clem Davies
Young Sandy: Ewan Emery
Robert Menzies: Terry Cade

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Screen Two: Blood Hunt

BBC Two England, 16 March 1986 22.10

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