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Target: Queen's Pardon


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starring in by DAVID WICKES with Philip Madoc, Brendan Price and Vivien Heilbron and featuring
An old man campaigns to clear his dead son's name. His obsession unravels an 18-year-old mystery - but with deadly consequences.
Directed by DAVID WICKES


Unknown: David Wickes
Unknown: Philip Madoe
Unknown: Brendan Price
Unknown: Vivien Heilbron
Designer: Humphrey Jaeger
Unknown: Dave Jewitt.
Unknown: Ron Edmonds
Editor: Bernard Ashby
Unknown: Fred Hamilton
Produced By: Philip Hinchcliffs
Directed By: David Wickes
Hackett: Patrick Mower
Geoffrey Wyatt: Max Wall
Ray Smith and: Lance Percival
Det-Supt Steve Hackett: Patrick Mower
Det Chief Supt Tate: Philip Madoc
Det-Sgt Frank Bonney: Brendan Price
Det-Sgt Louise Colbert: Vivien Heilbron
Jack Sissons, MP: Ray Smith
Labour Party agent: Brian Glover
John Perry: Peter Childs
Lloyd Johnson: Lance Percival
Sandra: Toni Palmer
Minister: Ted Moult
Det-Con Fletcher: Grahame Mallard
Jimmy Hackett: Simon Mower
Superintendent: John Franklyn-Robbins
Chief Constable: Antony Carrick
PPS: David Horovitch
Psychologist: John Quayle
CID men: John York
CID men.: Graham Padden
Companion: Jason Kemp
Barman: Alan Troy
Paul Wyatt: Christopher Cregan

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