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Jumbo Spencer

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
by HELEN CRESSWELL
A new serial in five parts
Every summer holiday Jumbo Spencer has thought up something to occupy him and his friends. This summer the plan has to be the best yet....
1: The Jumbo Spencer Reform Club
Film cameraman PETER SARGENT Film editor ALISTAIR MACKAY
Executive producer ANNA HOME Producer DAPHNE JONES Director JEREMY SWAN

Contributors

Unknown: Helen Cresswell
Unknown: Jumbo Spencer
Unknown: Peter Sargent
Editor: Alistair MacKay
Producer: Daphne Jones
Director: Jeremy Swan
Jumbo: Mark Weavers
Maggots: Natalie Boyce
Freckles: John Weavers
Mike: Huw Higginson
Bill: Christopher Watts
Dick: John O'Farrell
Steve: Jeffrey Chapman
Mr Spencer: Jim Smilie
Mrs Spencer: Helen Fraser
Mr Jefferson: Lionel Taylor
Vicar: John Quayle
Mrs Perkins: Judy Wilson
Teacher: Hubert Tucker

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