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Adi and Edi


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by JELENA KAHOUT translated by HUGH RORRISON with and Edi will do anything for Adi except keep his mouth shut.
When the truth of Edi's identity
"ecomes known, the police begin to take a keen interest.
They could just do with someone who can keep his nose close to the ground and the crime world off his tail.... directed by JEREMY MORTIMER (R)


Unknown: Jelena Kahout
Translated By: Hugh Rorrison
Directed By: Jeremy Mortimer
Adi: David Gooderson
Edi: Jonathan Tafler
Manager: Brian Hewlett
First crook: Brian Hewlett
InsPector: Stuart Organ
Ambulance man: Stuart Organ
Superintendent: Henry Stamper
Doctor: Henry Stamper
Pensioner: Jonathan Scott
Commissioner: Jonathan Scott
Waiter: James Goode
Second crook: James Goode
First dissident: Natasha Pyne
Manager's wife: Natasha Pyne
second dissident: Elaine Claxton
Desk sergeant: Elaine Claxton

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