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The Big March


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dramatised in eight parts from his novel by ALLAN PRIOR
Harry Towb as Rossi 5: Not Exactly Vegas on New Year's Eve Danny Watson has been busy getting together his series of TV specials on the forthcoming Tricross Missile march. He's also managed to get his private life together thanks to journalist Alison Bowers. But can his incredible luck last? Members of the TV audience: CAROLE BOYD , MICHAEL JENNER , HELENA BRECK, COUN STARKEY, NARISSA KNIGHTS, MARK STRAKER , MOIR LESUE, JON STRICKLAND Directed by DAVID JOHNSTON
(Harry Towb is in 'Little Shop of Horrors' at the Comedy Theatre, London)


Novel By: Allan Prior
Unknown: Harry Towb
Unknown: Danny Watson
Unknown: Alison Bowers.
Unknown: Carole Boyd
Unknown: Michael Jenner
Unknown: Mark Straker
Unknown: Jon Strickland
Directed By: David Johnston
Unknown: Harry Towb
Danny Watson: Barry Morse
Alison Bowers: Judy Franklin
Joe Donaghy: Peter Marinker
Silver: Blain Fairman
Jimmy Wilberforce: John Rye
Bunny Bullivant: David Sinclair
Mick Molloy: John Bull
Government Minister: John Bott

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