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Call Me Mister

Synopsis

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Last in a series of eight The Carve Up by MICHAEL AITKENS starring With
Still barred from the boardroom, Jack is determined to prevent rash business dealing by his brother. Someone is prepared to go to great lengths to stop Jack's interference.
Created and produced by ROBERT BANKS STEWART
Director DAVID CARSON (R)
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Contributors

Unknown: Michael Aitkens
Produced By: Robert Banks Stewart
Director: David Carson
Jack Bartholomew: Steve Bisley
Julie: Dulice Liecier
Fred Hurley: David Bamber
McBride: Dermot Crowley
Philip: Rupert Frazer
Bridget guest stars: Haydon Gwynne
Charlie Buchanan: Geoffrey Burridge
Laszlo: John Grillo
Sir Basil Kinthly: Michael Medwin
Sally: Marina Sirtis
Dave: Vincenzo Nicoli
Curator: Colin Jeavons
Samuels: Patrick Newell
Judge: Geoffrey Colville
Miss Villiers: Elizabeth Chambers
Art dealer: Graham Seed
TV reporter: Ros Simmons
TV presenter: Christopher Robbie
Barry: Alan Partington
Welshman: Jim Dunk
Secretary: Susanna Page
Guard: Don McCorkindale






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