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Huntingtower: Part 3

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by John Buchan, dramatised in six parts by Edward Boyd, with Paul Curran as Dickson McCunn, Peter Settelen as John Heritage, Jean Taylor Smith as Mrs Morran, Andrew Faulds as James Loudon and Emma Jacobs as Saskia

Heritage and Dickson McCunn, with the help of the Gorbals Diehards, have managed to get inside Huntingtower and contact the imprisoned Princess Saskia. But can two men and six small boys defeat the combined strength of Loudon, Dobson, Leon, Spidel and the tinkers?
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Contributors

Author: John Buchan
Dramatised by: Edward Boyd
Designer: Walter Miller
Producer: Pharic MacLaren
Director: Bob Hird
Dickson McCunn: Paul Curran
John Heritage: Peter Settelen
Mrs Morran: Jean Taylor-Smith
James Loudon: Andrew Faulds
Saskia: Emma Jacobs
Wee Jaikie: Eric Cullen
Tinker: Bill Armour
Tinker: Jake D'Arcy
Tinker: James Kennedy
Tinker: Hans Mater
Dougal: Iain Andrew
Napoleon: Iain Stewart
Peter Paterson: Alan Hunt
Tammas Yownie: John Keenan
Old Bill: Neil Crossan
Dobson: Liam O'Callaghan
Leon: Stanley Lebor
Mackintosh: Moultrie Kelsall
Alec McNair: Leonard Maguire
Lawyer: Martin Heller
Laidlaw: Alex McAvoy
Alexis: Shane Briant
Eugenie: Izabella Telezynska






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