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Dixon of Dock Green

Synopsis

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starring Jack Warner
The Paperhangers by CYRIL ABRAHAM
Things are not quite what they seem when a team of ' paperhangers ' move into the Manor. For Sgt Dixon and Det-Sgt Crawford it means an embarrassing personal involvement
Cast in order of appearance George Dixon JACK WARNER
Shop assistant joy HOPE
Store detective JOHN WILDING
Store manager NORMAN CLARIDGE Sgt Wills NICHOLAS DONNELLY
Bank Manager ERIC DODSON
' The Colonel ' BALLARD BERKELEY John Pritchard BRIAN CANT Elsie Francis JOAN HICKSON Club Cashier DENIS CLEARY Malloy ARNOLD DIAMOND
Percy Cromer TOM WATSON Nora MARGARET JOHN Tupman KEN PARRY
PC Swain ROBERT ARNOLD Furrier CECILIA MAY
McCleod JEREMY YOUNG
Series created by TED WILLIS Design by BARRY NEWBERY Programme co-ordinator JOE WATERS
Produced by ERIC FAWCETT
(Peter Byrne is appearing in ' There's a Girl in My Soup' at the Comedy Theatre, London)
Dixon, Stone, Barlow - three TV policemen. Which one do the real coppers love? The answer's on page 6

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Warner
Unknown: Cyril Abraham
Unknown: George Dixon
Unknown: Jack Warner
Unknown: Joy Hope
Unknown: John Wilding
Unknown: Norman Claridge
Unknown: Nicholas Donnelly
Unknown: Eric Dodson
Unknown: Ballard Berkeley
Unknown: John Pritchard
Unknown: Brian Cant
Unknown: Elsie Francis
Unknown: Joan Hickson
Unknown: Denis Cleary
Unknown: Malloy Arnold Diamond
Unknown: Percy Cromer
Unknown: Tom Watson
Unknown: Nora Margaret John
Unknown: Tupman Ken Parry
Unknown: Swain Robert Arnold
Unknown: Furrier Cecilia May
Unknown: McCleod Jeremy Young
Unknown: Ted Willis
Unknown: Barry Newbery
Unknown: Joe Waters
Produced By: Eric Fawcett
Produced By: Peter Byrne
Mary Crawford: Jeanette Hutchinson
Det-Sgt Andy Crawford: Peter Byrne
Det-Con Lauderdale: Geoffrey Adams
Det-Con Chalmers: Stephen Bradley

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