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Ring of Bright Water

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A feature film starring
Bill Travers , Virginia McKenna
Graham Merrill , dissatisfied with his life as a civil servant in London, welcomes the forced change when he buys a pet otter of destructive tendencies and is asked to leave his flat. Throwing up his job, he moves to a remote cottage in the Western Highlands to start a new life with Mij, the otter.
Based on the book by GAVIN MAXWELL Director JACK COUFFER Films: pages 16-17

Contributors

Unknown: Bill Travers
Unknown: Virginia McKenna
Unknown: Graham Merrill
Book By: Gavin Maxwell
Director: Jack Couffer
Graham Merrill: Bill Travers
Mary MacKenzie: Virginia McKenna
Colin Clifford: Peter Jeffrey
Bus driver: Roddy McMillan
Storekeeper: Jameson Clark
Mrs Sarah Chambers: Jean Taylor-Smith
Mrs Flora Elrich: Helena Gloag
Lighthouse keeper: W H D Joss
Road mender: Archie Duncan

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