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To Serve Them All My Days


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by R. F. DELDERFIELD dramatised in 13 parts by ANDREW DAVIES starring
John Duttine
Frank Middlemass Alan MacNaughtan
10: Completing the file he has compiled on David, Alcock presents it to the Board of Governors. They must make a difficult decision.
Music composed by KENYON EMRYS -ROBERTS
Costume designer REG SAMUEL Make-up artist JEAN SPEAK Designer MICHAEL YOUNG Producer KEN RIDDINGTON Director TERENCE DUDLEY


Unknown: R. F. Delderfield
Unknown: Andrew Davies
Unknown: John Duttine
Unknown: Frank Middlemass
Unknown: Alan MacNaughtan
Composed By: Kenyon Emrys
Designer: Reg Samuel
Artist: Jean Speak
Designer: Michael Young
Producer: Ken Riddington
Director: Terence Dudley
Alcock: Charles Kay
David Powlett-Jones: John Duttine
Rigby: Tony Halfpenny
Molyneux: Alistair Wyllie
Brigadier Cooper: Michael Turner
Algy Herries: Frank Middlemass
Raunce: John Rolfe
Christine Forster: Susan Jameson
Howarth: Alan MacNaughtan
Barnaby: David King
First heckler: John Owens
Second heckler: Ronald Russell
Sir Rufus: Cyril Luckham
Alderman Blunt: Norman Bird
Boy:Cuthbertson: Timothy Willson

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To Serve Them All My Days

BBC One London, 19 December 1980 20.00

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