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The Secret Servant


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The last of three parts adapted for television by BRIAN CLEMENS starring Charles Dance with Jill Meager , Harvey Ashby and special guest star Dan O'Herlihy
In France, Agnes and Maxim meet the other surviving member of the group in the photograph. In Luxembourg Professor Tyler arrives for the European Conference - while Harbinger manipulates and Harry discovers there are no rules in their business. Harry Maxim. ..CHARLES DANCE
Chris Maxim ALEXANDER REID Music composed by DAVE GREENSLADE
Script editor MAGGIE ALLEN Film editor DAVE HARVIE
Photography GARRY MORRISON Produced by BOB MCINTOSH Directed by ALASTAIR REID BBC Scotland


Unknown: Gavin Lyall
Television By: Brian Clemens
Unknown: Charles Dance
Unknown: Jill Meager
Unknown: Harvey Ashby
Unknown: Dan O'Herlihy
Unknown: Harry Maxim.
Unknown: Chris Maxim Alexander
Composed By: Dave Greenslade
Designer: Dugald Finlay
Editor: Maggie Allen
Editor: Dave Harvie
Unknown: Photography Garry Morrison
Produced By: Bob McIntosh
Directed By: Alastair Reid
George Harbinger: Harvey Ashby
Agnes Algar: Jill Meager
Professor John Tyler: Dan O'Herlihy
Komoscin: Constantine Gregory
Charley Farthing: Harry Jones
Col de Carette: Andre Maranne
Pierre: Ernie SchumacHer
Sir Anthony Sladen: Julian Curry
Quinton: Neil Cunningham
Capt Tyler: Christopher Milburn
Maj Jackaman: James Gaddas
Cpl Etheridge: Colin Mayes
Lt de Carette: Yves Aubert
Gaston Lecat: Ben Feitelson
French woman: Veronique Bernard

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