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World's End


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A 13-part serial by Ted Whitehead
The continuing story of a 'London village'. The Mulberry pub is the centre of activity for people of widely differing type - the labourer and the croupier, the feminist and the chauvinist, odd-job men, comics, politicians, runaways, the defeated and the successful. How do they manage to get along together?


Writer: Ted Whitehead
Title song: Alan Price
Film Cameraman: Colin Munn
Script Editor: Sally Head
Designer: Barbara Gosnold
Producer: Colin Tucker
Director: Pedr James
Daley: Derek Martin
Mormon Elder: Daniel Foley
Angela: Helen Bush
Car driver: Carole Walker
Danny: Michael Angelis
Jack: Tom Marshall
Dodie: Ellen Pollock
Stewart: Victor Lucas
Brahms: Brian Vaughan
Camille: Pam Scotcher
Robin: Neville Smith
Nicola: Primi Townsend
Tim: Daniel Holender
Lynn: Catherine Neilson

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