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An EastEnders special by Tony Holland set around Christmas 1942.
"Lou, stop feeling so bloody sorry for yourself. There's millions in the same state as you. There's millions a lot worse. You're not the only person in the world trying to get through a war, you know!"
FEATURE: page 15


Writer: Tony Holland
Theme Music: Simon May
Designer: Keith Harris
Designer: John Stout
Costume Designer: Judy Allen
Make-up Designer: Juliette Mayer
Camera Supervisor: Roger Goss
Produced and directed by: Julia Smith
Albert: Gary Olsen
Lou: Karen Meagher
Lou's Mum: Avis Bunnage
Harry: Aaron Mason
Ronnie: Chase Marks
Flo: Linda Robson
Ethel: Alison Bettles
William: Ian Brimble
Reg Cox: Marc Tufano
Ray: Robert Putt
Lil: Frances Cuka
Richard: Otto Jarman
Marty: Julian Wild

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