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The Monday Film: The Groundstar Conspiracy


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George Peppard Michael Sarrazin
A terrific explosion at the head-quarters of a top secret American space project marks the beginning of an intricate plot to infiltrate and destroy the Groundstar operation. George Peppard as security agent Tuxan sets out to unravel the mystery.
Screenplay by MATTHEW HOWARD Based on the novel The Alien by L. P. DAVIES
Produced by TREVOR WALLACE Directed by lamont JOHNSON Films: page 22


Unknown: George Peppard
Unknown: Michael Sarrazin
Unknown: George Peppard
Unknown: Matthew Howard
Unknown: L. P. Davies
Produced By: Trevor Wallace
Directed By: Lamont Johnson
Tuxan: George Peppard
John Welles: Michael Sarrazin
Nicole Devon: Christine Belford
Carl Mosely: Cliff Potts
Senator Stanton: James Olson
Frank Gossage: Tim O'Connor
Bender: James McEachin
Joe Hackett: Alan Oppenheimer
Charlie Kitchen: Roger Dressler
Henshaw: Ty Haller
Dr Jean Plover: Anna Hagen
Dr Hager: Hagen Beggs

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The Monday Film: The Groundstar Conspiracy

BBC One London, 29 November 1982 21.25

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