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A second chance to see this dramatisation in four parts by ALEXANDER BARON starring ALAN DOBIE
Dmitri arranged for Maslova to have more congenial work in the prison hospital while he went to St. Petersburg to hasten her appeal. The appeal was rejected.
PART 4: Resurrection
Cast in order of appearance:
Script editor, Lennox Phillips
Make-up, Ann Ferriggi
Costumes, Verena Colemaa
Designer. Peter Seddon
Directed by DAVID GILES
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Unknown: L. N. Tolstoy
Unknown: Alexander Baron
Unknown: Alan Dobie
Editor: Lennox Phillips
Unknown: Ann Ferriggi
Unknown: Verena Colemaa
Producer: David Conroy
Directed By: David Giles
Prince Dmitri Nekhlyudov: Alan Dobie
Maslennikov: John Stratton
Head warder: Carlos Douglas
Old convict: Christopher Hodge
Second convict: David Pugh
Third convict: Raymond Hardy
Vera: Mitzi Webster
Maslova: Bridget Turner
Marya: Fiona Duncan
Simonson: Robert Morris
Fedosya: Athene Fielding
Kriltsov: Brian Murphy
Priest: Glenn Williams
Nevodvorov: John Lynch
Fanarin: John Bryans
Secretary: Paul Harper
Mariette: Hildegard Neil
Wolf: Arthur Pentelow
Agrafena: Eithne Dunne
Natasha: Thelma Whiteley
Englishman: William Redmond
Rogozhinsky: David March
Convoy Officer: Anthony Pedley
Corporal: Stanley McGeagh
Fedosya's visitor: Simon Taylor

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