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Screen One: Sticky Wickets


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A new BBC film starring James Bolam, Alun Armstrong, George Sewell, Will Thomas
It's a big night at the New Dragon Inn when a coach of distinguished Germans arrives. But disaster looms - it's the local cricket team's annual fancy dress bash and the theme is the Second World War. Written by Fletcher Watkins.
FEATURE: page 10
FILMS: pages 32-38


Writer: Fletcher Watkins
Producer: Jane Harris
Director: Dewi Humphreys
Glyn: James Bolam
Evans: Alun Armstrong
Friedrich: George Sewell
Cyril: Will Thomas
Nigel: Sion Probert
Handel: David Garfield
Gwen Samuels: Olwen Rees
Phoebe Evans: Gillian Elisa
Nashimoto: Eiji Kusuhara
Alun Prys Jones (Gogs): Fraser Cains
Alan Jones: Vincenzo Nicoli
Andrew Thomas: Martin Troakes
Bill Butcher: Brinley Jenins
Schmidt: Michael Mellinger
Kimberley: Helen Griffin
Jason: Richard Lynch

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Screen One: Sticky Wickets

BBC One London, 14 October 1990 21.20

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