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Ennal's Point


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A series in six parts written by ALUN RICHARDS featuring Philip Madoc 1: Family Affairs
Amid the Grail family conflict, Jack Tustin , on an ' easy shout', meets unexpected hazards. Lifeboat crew:
The Grails:


Written By: Alun Richards
Unknown: Philip Madoc
Unknown: Jack Tustin
Designer: Michael Wright
Producer: John Hefin
Director: Gareth Davies
Jack Tustin: Philip Madoc
Animal Morgan: Glyn Owen
Stick Watts: Gerald James
Harry Quentin: James Warrior
Geoffrey Hannah: David Lyn
Snowy White: John Cording
George Peace: Philip Rowlands
Len Dance: Huw Ceredig
Ben Dance: Mici Plwm
Ned Spelling: Cadfan Roberts
Nance: Rachel Thomas
Jenny: Beth Morris
Billy John: Alun Lewis
Luke: High Thomas
Trevor: Artro Morris
Amy Tustin: Denise Buckley
West country coastguard: Cornelius Garrett

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