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The Flying Swan: The Age of Consent


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[Starring] Margaret Lockwood at The Flying Swan

A young girl appeals for protection from newspaper reporters. The secret she is hiding proves her as clever as she is pretty.
From the Midlands


Script: Margot Bennett
Theme music: Ron Grainer
Story editor: John Barber
Designer: Michael Edwards
Producer: Harold Clayton
Director: David Giles
Jonathan Steele: Frazer Hines
Rosalind: Gillian Royale
Sarah Barnes: Perlita Neilson
George: John Boyd Brent
Tony: Alvaro Fontana
Piers Franklin: Norman Mitchell
Charo: Iza Teller
Ian Nicolson: David MacMillan
Mollie Manning: Margaret Lockwood
Dwight Cooper: Hugh McDermott
Booth and Joe of The New Post: Roger Hammond
Booth and Joe of The New Post: Richard Kane
Jessie McDonald: Molly Urquhart
Eddie Frazer and Rogers, of The Sunday Star: Peter Halliday
Eddie Frazer and Rogers, of The Sunday Star: John Carlin
Dr. Peter Ellwood: James Kerry
Mr. Addison: John Flint
Sir Alan Campbell: Basil Dignam

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The Flying Swan: The Age of Consent

BBC One London, 31 July 1965 21.15

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