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Summer, Autumn, Winter, Spring


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Written by David Turner.
Based on the novel Strip Jack Naked by John Hampson.

Love can be both a destructive and a healing force. The power that almost destroys Ted Borlay is capable of bringing him back to life again.


Writer: David Turner
Based on a novel by: John Hampson
Producer: Don Taylor
Music composed by: Herbert Chappell
Designer: Paul Bernard
Ted Borlay: Philip Martin
Alf Borlay: Jon Rollason
Ellen Borlay: Edna Petrie
Laura Neot: Ellen Dryden
Con: Topsy Jane
Mag: Mary Chester
Saul Borlay: Geoffrey Bayldon
Mrs Neot: Edna Landor
Bent Neot: Anthony Valentine
Boy: Roy Holder
Doctor: Michael Jackson
Miss Adcock: Barbara New
Onlookers: Jeanine Garrard
Onlookers: Barbara Keogh
Onlookers: Arthur R. Webb
Fred: Clifford Cox
Bill: Blake Butler

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Summer, Autumn, Winter, Spring

BBC Television, 11 September 1961 21.10

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