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The Other Man: Episode 5


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A Francis Durbridge serial in six episodes.
[Starring] Tony Britton, Patricia Driscoll, Duncan Lamont in a second showing of The Other Man
Billie Reynolds, who lived on a house-boat near the one in which the Italian frogman, Rocello, was killed, has now been found murdered. David Henderson visited her before she disappeared, and was involved in a struggle with her brother Chris when he tried to get hold of her diary. Now Henderson has invited Rocello's sister to visit him. He can tell her, he says, who murdered her brother and why.


Writer: Francis Durbridge
Producer: Alan Bromly
Designer: Roy Oxley
David Henderson: Tony Britton
Maria Rocello: Marla Landi
Detective-Inspector Ford: Duncan Lamont
Dr Sheldon: Jack Lambert
Detective-Sergeant Broderick: Victor Brooks
P.C. Sanders: Ronald Baddiley
Robin Craven: Philip Guard
Katherine Walters: Patricia Driscoll
Judy: Brenda Dean
Harry Vincent: John Arnatt
Ralph Merson: Peter Copley
Mrs Williams: Brenda Cowling

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The Other Man: Episode 5

BBC Television, 20 March 1957 18.45

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