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Bergerac

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Created by ROBERT BANKS STEWART starring John Nettles in A Desirable Little Residence by ROD BEACHAM with Terence Alexander Louise Jameson Sean Arnold
Guest stars Liz Crowther George Shane
Richard Graham
Why is an ordinary, poky little bungalow worth all the fuss - even worth murder?
Produced by JONATHAN ALWYN
Directed by ROBERT TRONSON (R)
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Contributors

Unknown: John Nettles
Unknown: Rod Beacham
Unknown: Terence Alexander
Unknown: Louise Jameson
Unknown: Sean Arnold
Unknown: Liz Crowther
Unknown: George Shane
Unknown: Richard Graham
Produced By: Jonathan Alwyn
Directed By: Robert Tronson
Jim Bergerac: John Nettles
Charles Hungerford: Terence Alexander
Susan Young: Louise Jameson
Crozier: Sean Arnold
Carol Miles: Liz Crowther
Nick Mc Vie: George Shane
Don Me Vie: Louis Rolston
Kirk Barnett: Richard Graham
Toby Newson: Harry Landis
Lonny Rice: Milton Johns
Mrs Palmer: Pearl Hackney
Mr Palmer: Edwin Brown
Peggy Masters: Nancy Mansfield
Det Con Goddard: Jolyon Baker
Tim: Bernard Krichefski
Workman: Michael Lomax
Hotel clerk: Paul Laidlaw
Receptionist: Diane Lewis

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