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created by ROBERT BANKS STEWART starring John Nettles in SPARTA by ROD BEACHAM with Terence Alexander Louise Jameson Sean Arnold Guest stars
Liza Goddard David Calder
Why is someone trying to murder Philippa Vale - alias the Ice Maiden? Jim Bergerac finds her plea for help impossible to resist - much against his better judgment.
Produced by JONATHAN ALWYN Directed by ROBERT YOUNG (R)


Unknown: John Nettles
Unknown: Terence Alexander
Unknown: Louise Jameson
Unknown: Sean Arnold
Unknown: Liza Goddard
Unknown: David Calder
Unknown: Jim Bergerac
Produced By: Jonathan Alwyn
Directed By: Robert Young
Jim Bergerac: John Nettles
Charles Hungerford: Terence Alexander
Philippa Vale: Liza Goddard
Sir Clive Hamer: David Calder
Lady Hamer: Judy Buxton
Miles Pynsent: John Hartley
Susan Young: Louise Jameson
Crozier: Sean Arnold
Peggy Masters: Nancy Mansfield
Angela: Georgia Allen
Lucien: Ben Feitelson
Minder: Dinny Powell
Hotel receptionists: Serena Harragin
Hotel receptionists: Justin Saunders

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