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Leap in the Dark

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The second in a series of six investigations into the paranormal introduced by Colin Wilson The Fetch by ANNE OWEN starring Juliet Harmer
Dijon, in the time of Napoleon. Emilie Sagee begins her career as a schoolteacher - a career haunted by a mysterious handicap that led to her losing 18 jobs in 16 years. This reconstruction is based on the evidence of her pupils and covers th2 year she spent at a school in Latvia-a year which nearly brought the school to ruin and forced her at last to face the cause of her misfortunes.
Costume JOAN WAKEFIELD Lighting JACK BELASCO Sound MAURICE DENNY
Series editor ANNE OWEN
Director COLIN GODMAN. BBC Briptot

Contributors

Introduced By: Colin Wilson
Unknown: Anne Owen
Unknown: Juliet Harmer
Unknown: Joan Wakefield
Unknown: Jack Belasco
Unknown: Maurice Denny
Editor: Anne Owen
Director: Colin Godman.
Emilie: Juliet Harmer
Antonie: Lalla Ward
Julie: Lesley Manville
Frau Ebert: Peggy Ann Wood
Liselotte: Jane West
Emst: Robin Stewart
Magda: Danielle Carson
Use Lindgren: Ania Marson
Herr Buch: Henry Moxon
Clara: Amanda Kirby
Ludovika: Jennifer Thanisch
Ritzema: Christopher Bramwell

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