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Detective: End of Chapter


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Rupert Davies as Maigret introduces Nicholas Blake's Nigel Strangeways played by Glyn Houston
Adapted by Gerald Kelsey.
See page 25


Author: Nicholas Blake
Adapted by: Gerald Kelsey
Theme music: John Addison
Incidental music: Sidney Sager
Script Editor: Max Marquis
Assistant Script Editor: John Gould
Designer: Desmond Chinn
Producer: David Goddard
Director: Patrick Dromgoole
Maigret (introduction): Rupert Davies
Clare Massinger: Jennifer Jayne
Nigel Strangeways: Glyn Houston
Millicent Miles: Joan Heal
General Thoresby: Geoffrey Denys
Arthur Geraldine: Ralph Michael
Cyprian Gleed: Tony Calvin
Miss Waters: Peggy Ann Wood
Miss Allen: Laurel Solash
Basil Ryle: Richard Carpenter
Mr Marsh: Ronald Russell
Elizabeth Wenham: Constance Chapman
Stephen Protheroe: Geoffrey Bayldon
An author: Geoffrey Matthews
Miriam Saunders: Sheila Dunn
Betty: Penny Morrell
Inspector Wright: Hamilton Dyce
Sgt Summers: Michael Collins
Mrs Geraldine: Mersa Foster
Mrs Blayne: Joan Sanderson

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BBC One London, 20 April 1964 21.25

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