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Judge John Deed

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2/6. My Daughter, Right or Wrong. An animal-rights activist is put on trial for the murder of an eminent scientist after an explosion in a laboratory. Charlie Deed is appointed as lead defence barrister in the case, being heard before her father, but her enthusiasm leads to unprofessional outbursts.
Writer/Producer GF Newman; Director Tristram Powell

Contributors

Unknown: Charlie Deed
Director: Tristram Powell
Judge John Deed: Martin Shaw
Jo Mills: Jenny Seaqrove
Charlie Deed: Louisa Cleln
Henry Free: Joe McFadden
Sir Monty Everard: Simon Ward
Sir Joseph Channing: Donald Sinden
George Channing: Caroline Lanqrishe
Sir Ian Rochester: Simon Chandler
Rita Coop Cooper: Barbara Thorn
Morag Hughes: Mary Woodvlne
Marc Thompson: Adrian Lukis
Moira Blackthorn: Penny Downie
Sir Alan Peasmarsh: Jeremy Child
Simon Norwalk: Daniel Hill
Jonathan Primatt: Richard Simons
Neil Haughton: Aneirin Hughes
Sir Peter Dulford: Malcolm Sinclair
David Baxter: Steven Elder
Brian Harrison: Michael Eaves
Professor Cluk: Sean Murray
Clive Blackthorn: Anthony Gilding
DCI Hurst: Shelagh McLeod
Sir Michael Nivan: Trevor Bowen
Martin House: Richard Pepper
Lady Vera Everard: Joan Blackham
Juror: Sarah Leatherbarrow
Joan Crick: Stella Moray
Stenographer: Sonia Benjamin

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