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Saturday-Night Theatre: The Serpent's Smile

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By Neville Teller, based on the novel by Olga Hesky.
Dizengoff Street, Tel Aviv, Israel, on a Saturday night, with the Sabbath over and everyone crowding the cafes. Just the time and place to dump a corpse and make a getaway, leaving Inspector Tami Shimoni to pick up the pieces - or rather, scrape up the bloodstains - and start out on the trail of a bunch of international killers and the most terrifying secret weapon imaginable.
Directed by John Cardy (Stereo)

Contributors

Writer: Olga Hesky
Dramatist: Neville Teller
Director: John Cardy
Tami Shimoni: Steve Hodson
Shelley Bernstein: Susan Denaker
Pappa Barzilai: John Gabriel
Yehoshua Caleb: Peter Acre
Dr Livini: Cyril Shaps
Restaurant owner: Harry Towb
Police surgeon: Bernard Brown
Set Lieb: William Eedle
Yitzhak: Colin Starkey
Mr Reuben: Alan Thompson
Supt Cohen: David Garth
Uzi: Adrian Egan
Max: Arnold Diamond
Freda Harrison: Gwen Cherrell
Joe Harrison: Ed Bishop
Maisie Rice: Mia Soteriou
Morris Rice: David Sinclair
Hashi: Ali Refaie
Betty Mannering: Barbara Atkinson

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Saturday-Night Theatre: The Serpent's Smile

BBC Radio 4 FM, 16 February 1985 20.30






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