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Rockliffe's Folly


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with The Blind Man by JOHN FOSTER.
An anonymous phone call warns Rockliffe that a blind farm owner is about to be murdered. And then his daughter wants to meet the new girlfriend....


Unknown: John Foster.
Designer: Richard McManan Smith
Editor: Ruth Baumgarten
Director: Ron Craddock
Det Sgt Rockliffe: Ian Hogg
WPS Rachel Osborne: Carole Nimmons
Det Insp Derek Hoskins: James Aubrey
PC Alfred Duggan: John Hartley
PC Guy Overton: Craig Nightingale
Edward Treherne: David Beames
Herbert Treherne: John Vine
May Gilbert: Rosemary McHale
Kathleen Rockliffe: Denise Martill
Cassie Varcoe: Laura Davenport
Len Dugdale: Trevor Cooper
Thomas's father: Esmond Rideout
First villager: Charles Simon
Second villager: Nat Pearn
Boy: Daniel Adams

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