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Softly, Softly Dead Aboard


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by ELWYN JOKES Stratford Johns as Det Chief Supt Barlow Frank Windsor as Det Chief Insp Watt Philip Brack as Det-Insp Cook Norman Bowler as Det-Sgt Hawkins Peggy Sinclair as P/w Det-Sgt Allin
A prostitute is found murdered in a quiet backwater quay at
Wyvern. Who is the killer? Barlow and his team make every effort to find out.


Unknown: Supt Barlow
Unknown: Frank Windsor
Unknown: Watt Philip Brack
Unknown: Det-Insp Cook
Unknown: Norman Bowler
Unknown: Det-Sgt Hawkins
Unknown: Peggy Sinclair
Editor: Arnold Yarrow
Producer: Leonard Lewis
Directed By: Brian Parker
Carol Ransom: Annette Simone
Johnson: Frederick Peisley
Bob Mason: : Frank Mills
Smith: Robert Flynn
Jim Mason: Leon Eagles
Gregg: Nat Pearn
Mrs Prince: Dorothy Frere
Inspector Kenworth: Salvin Stewart
Patrick: John Sterland
Oliver: Michael Elwyn
Captain Donaldson: Howard Lang
PC Oates: Edward Clayton

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Softly, Softly Dead Aboard

BBC One London, 9 October 1969 20.00

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