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Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less


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Screenplay in four parts by Sherman Yellen , from the novel by Jeffrey Archer. Starring
Ed Begley Jr
Edward Asner
2: Having lost all their money to Harvey Metcalfe.
Stephen, Jean-Pierre, James and Robin unite to steal it back. But although revenge is sweet, it's not easy - they could all land in jail.
Script editor Devora Pope Photography Alec Curtis Designer Don Taylor Film editor Ian Farr
Producer Jacqueline Davis Director Clive Donner ib CEEFAX SUBTITLES


Unknown: Sherman Yellen
Novel By: Jeffrey Archer.
Unknown: Harvey Metcalfe.
Editor: Devora Pope
Editor: Photography Alec Curtis
Designer: Don Taylor
Editor: Ian Farr
Producer: Jacqueline Davis
Director: Clive Donner
Stephen Bradley: Ed Begley Jr
Jean-Pierre Lamanns: Francois-Eric Gendron
James Brigsley: Brian Protheroe
Robin Oakley: Nicholas Jones
Jill Albery: Jenny Agutter
Ronnie: John Forgeham
Nino: Kevin O'Brien
Adam Foster: John Vine
Anne Summerton: Maryam D'Abo
Harvey Metcalfe: Edward Asner
Brigitta: Arhlene Allen
Charles: Jonathan Brook
Ritz doorman: Alan Bennion
Sotheby's auctioneer: David Bedard
Woman at auction: Caroline Burt
Hotel receptionist: Elinor Morrison
Hospital superintendent: Bernard Holley
Chef de casino: Jacques Strocchio
Dr Sherman Baker: Van Hinman

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Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less

BBC One London, 1 April 1990 19.15

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