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Jack the Ripper

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Written by ELWYN JONES and JOHN LLOYD
A documentary investigation, in six episodes, into the facts of the Whitechapel Murders of 1888-conducted by television's two best-known investigators, Det-Chief Supt Barlow and Det-Chief Supt Watt with Stratford Johns as Barlow Frank Windsor as Watt Episode 2: Double Event
Victims three and four are found - and Barlow seeks suspects.
Costume REG SAMUEL Make-up ANN AILES Lighting ERIC MONK Designer MOIRA TAIT
Producers PAUL BONNER , LEONARD LEWIS Director GILCHRIST CALDER

Contributors

Written By: Elwyn Jones
Written By: John Lloyd
Unknown: Det-Chief Supt Barlow
Unknown: Det-Chief Supt
Unknown: Reg Samuel
Designer: Moira Tait
Producers: Paul Bonner
Producers: Leonard Lewis
Director: Gilchrist Calder

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