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Screen Two: Blunt

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
A screenplay by ROBIN CHAPMAN starring
May 1951. Anthony Blunt , ex-MI5 officer and now trusted member of the Royal Household, has been a Soviet agent for 15 years. The
Cambridge spy ring which he helped to found with Guy Burgess in the 1930s, is in deep crisis. Donald Maclean has come under MI5 suspicion and must be persuaded to defect to Moscow.
Make-up designer CAROLINE NOBLE
Costume designer COLLIN LAVERS Designer colin SHAW
Film editor JIM LATHAM
Photography JOHN MCGLASHAN Producer MARTIN THOMPSON Director JOHN GLENISTER
●FEATURE: page 8 and FILMS: page 19
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Contributors

Unknown: Robin Chapman
Unknown: Anthony Blunt
Unknown: Guy Burgess
Unknown: Donald MacLean
Designer: Caroline Noble
Designer: Collin Lavers
Designer: Colin Shaw
Editor: Jim Latham
Unknown: Photography John McGlashan
Producer: Martin Thompson
Director: John Glenister
Anthony Blunt: Ian Richardson
Guy Burgess: Anthony Hopkins
Goronwy Rees: Michael Williams
Margie Rees: Rosie Kerslake
Rees children: Emma Cottrell,
Rees children: Casey Doy
Guy Liddell: Geoffrey Chater
Vasily: Albert Welling
Donald Maclean: Michael McStay
Postman: John Rapley
Jimmy: Graham Hoadly
Equerry: Mark Elwes
Chauffeur: Christopher Denham
Footman: David Goodwin
Commissionaire: Tony Scott
Club steward: Frank Tregear






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