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The Dlrtwater Dynasty


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An epic four-part saga spanning three generations and eight decades - a story of bitter rivalry, driving ambition, triumph and despair. Starring
3: Josh returns from the war to find that Richard has a new wife and a new dynasty of Eastwick begins.
Meanwhile, Esmeralda recognises a face from the past - Nancy - the daughter Richard believes is dead. But Nancy is alive and about to start a new life with a travelling music salesman ... Produced by TERRY HAYES DOUG MITCHELL and GEORGE MILLER. (Final part next week)


Produced By: Terry Hayes
Produced By: Doug Mitchell
Produced By: George Miller.
Richard Eastwick: Hugo Weaving
Josh McCall: Steve Jacobs
Hasky Tarbox: Dennis Miller
Lonely Logan: Bruce Spence
Esmeralda: Kristina Nehm
Nancy: Victoria Longley
Rev McBride: Harold Hopkins
Mrs McBride: Jenny Lee
Guy Westaway: Scott Burgess
Frances Eastwick: Judy Morris
Billy: Richard Welsh
Richie Junior: Hayden Topperwien
David II Junior: Curtis Fox

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The Dlrtwater Dynasty

BBC One London, 22 August 1989 21.30

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