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The Late Film: Best Kept Secrets

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Starring
Laura Dietz is the perfect policeman's wife. Devoted to her husband Blaise, she leads a comfortable life surrounded by a tight circle of other cops' wives. But when Blaise is refused a promotion Laura discovers that she is the reason. Politically active, she is under investigation and a secret file is held on her that will be used for blackmail. Her choice is clear - her principles or her marriage.
Screenplay by APRIL SMITH Produced by DAVID MANSON
Directed by JERROLD FREEDMAN
• FILMS: page 23

Contributors

Unknown: Laura Dietz
Play By: April Smith
Produced By: David Manson
Directed By: Jerrold Freedman
Laura Dietz: Patty Duke Astin
Blaise Dietz: Frederic Forrest
Frank Mitchell: Peter Coyote
Shari Mitchell: Meg Foster
Ed Dietz: Albert Salmi
Ina Dietz: Miriam Colon
Rev Wemer: David Clennon
Jim Ramos: Pepe Serna
Chief Gilmore: Richard Bradford
Lt Clifford: Carmen Argenziano
Ramsey: Pat Petersen
Gretchen: Amanda Petersen
Marie Ramos: Karmin Murcelo
Jim: Howard Hesselman

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The Late Film: Best Kept Secrets

BBC One London, 21 October 1989 0.00






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