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This Man Craig: Whose Pigeon?


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by Hugh Forbes.
Starring John Cairney
and Ellen McIntosh, Leonard Maguire
Guest stars, Fulton Mackay, Moultrie Kelsall and John Grieve

Robin Kyle runs off to the Highlands. Who is responsible for his disappearance? His parents? The garage where he has been sent on an educational scheme? Or the school itself?


Writer: Hugh Forbes
Designer: Roderick Laing
Producer: Antony Kearey
Director: Roger Jenkins
Kyle: Fulton Mackay
Jessie Kyle: Edith McArthur
Robin Kyle: David Hayman
Margaret Craig: Ellen McIntosh
Ian Craig: John Cairney
James Craig: Brian Pettifer
Fairfoull: John Grieve
Peter Dunn: Brian Marco
Robertson: Leonard Maguire
Mackenzie: Douglas Storm
McLeish: Moultrie Kelsall
Foreman: Douglas Mitchell
Jarrow: Kenneth Campbell
Knox: Robert Hoskins
Maureen Bailey: Carol Dunigan
Polly: Cari Hedderwick
Ursula: Joyce White
Farmer: Tom Forbes
Ian Bailey: David Kinnaird
Collie: Iain Smith
Miss Law: Linda Pettifer
Insh: Michael O'Halloran
Grant: Alex Allan
Casey: Edmund Sulley
Donnelly: Calum Lavell
Christie: Daniel Ross
Pryde: Andrew Byatt
Sullavan: Graham Mackay

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This Man Craig: Whose Pigeon?

BBC Two England, 17 June 1966 20.00

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