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THE BRIDGE GAME

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A serial in three stories and thirteen parts by JON ROLLASON and KEITH WILLIAMS with Keith Barron and Penelope Lee
THIRD STORY (in four parts)
1: Art for Who's Saker
After the Lithgow affair and unravelling the mystery of Tonys late employer Lord Hum. Douglas Shemley Joins the ' bridge four ' for a peaceful game at Bugs' place. What could possibly happen to a quiet chap like Bugs?
Other parts played by Davllia O'Connor and members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company
Produced by KEITH WILLIAMS

Contributors

Unknown: Jon Rollason
Unknown: Keith Williams
Unknown: Keith Barron
Unknown: Penelope Lee
Unknown: Douglas Shemley
Played By: Davllia O'Connor
Produced By: Keith Williams
Douglas Shemley: Keith Barron
Penelope Shemley: Penelope Lee
Tony Gaunt: Bernard Brown
Buks Bushih: Hugh Dickson
Sybil Bushill: Freda Dowie
Nelson Tarrant: Walter Fitzgerald
Charles Ragimbeau: Noel Howlett
Mrs Ragimbeau: Anna Burden
Maggie: Margaret Robertson
Borneo: Anthony Hall
Cunningham: Allan McClelland

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