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Juliet Bravo

Synopsis

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A series of 14 programmes with Stephanie Turner as Inspector Jean t)arblay 11:Barriers
I)V tAN KENNEDY MARTIN
A family illness takes Tom Darblay back to his birthplace. Meanwhile Jean tries to help PC Gallagher to overcome his own family crisis. Cast in order of appearance:
Series created by IAN KENNEDY MARTIN: Story editor JOAN CLARK Designer ROB HINDS
Producer TERENCE WILLIAMS Director JONATHAN ALWYN
Book. Calling Juliet Bravo : New Arrivals, hardback £6.75, paperback £125, fromretailers

Contributors

Unknown: Stephanie Turner
Unknown: Kennedy Martin
Unknown: Tom Darblay
Unknown: Ian Kennedy
Editor: Joan Clark
Designer: Rob Hinds
Producer: Terence Williams
Unknown: Juliet Bravo
Tom Darblay: David Hargreaves
George Darblay: James Garbutt
Dr Maidment: George Waring
Sgt Beck: David Ellison
Gerald Towne: Jack Watson
Waiter: Albert Moses
PC Gallagher: Gerard Kelly
Nicki Taylor: Joanna Palmer
Mr Bentham: Bill Dean






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