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starring John Nettles in Late for a Funeral by DENNIS SPOONER with Cecile Paoli and Terence Alexander and featuring James Cosslns ,
Gary Watson and Sean Arnold
Two bodies from the sea provide a puzzle for Bergerac and the Bureau. One's been dead a few hours. But the other drowned over 40 years ago.
Created and produced by ROBERT BANKS STEWART


Unknown: John Nettles
Unknown: Dennis Spooner
Unknown: Cecile Paoli
Unknown: Terence Alexander
Unknown: James Cosslns
Unknown: Gary Watson
Unknown: Sean Arnold
Produced By: Robert Banks Stewart
Directed By: Henry Herbert
Jim Bergerac: John Netl'Les
Francine: Cecile Paoli
Hungerford: Terence Alexander
Diamante Lil: Mela White
Charlotte: Annette Badland
Tuchel: James Cossins
Falkenhorst: George Mikell
Sammler ,: Jonathan Elsom
Moellendorf: Leon Eagles
Dr Lejeune: Jonathan Adamb
Mrs Picot: Eve Bland
Hans: John Gabriel
Ilse: Ann Tirard
Dean: Geoffrey Lumsden
Corby: Christopher Ellison
Eddie: Michael Watkins
Helmsman: Eric Mason
Daniel: Warren Saire

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