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The House on Carroll Street


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First showing on network television of this romantic thriller, starring Kelly McGillis, Jeff Daniels
New York, 1951: defying a Congressional committee, idealistic Emily Crane finds herself blacklisted and under FBI surveillance. So who will believe her when she uncovers a deadly mystery involving her Senate interrogator?
Witness and Top Gun star McGillis plays the young lady endangered by her determination to put the world to rights. She can also been seen in The Accused, to be shown on Thursday 2 January on BBC1.
Jeff Daniels's most recent hit was the comedy thriller Arachnophobia, as well as Something Wild, shown recently on BBC2's Moviedrome. Director Peter Yates is best known for his action thrillers such as Bullitt.
Producer/Director Peter Yates (1988)
● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 ● FILMS: pages 41-67


Producer/Director: Peter Yates
Emily Crane: Kelly McGillis
Cochran: Jeff Daniels
Ray Salwen: Mandy Patinkin
MissVenable: Jessica Tandy
Alan: Jonathan Hogan
Senator Byinglon: Remak Ramsay
Hackett: Ken Walsh
Stefan: Christopher Rhode
Salwen Aides: Randle Mell
Senator: Michael Flanagan
Randolph State: Paul Sparer
Warren: Brian Davies
Maid: Mary Diveny
Dr Teperson: Bill Moor
McKay: Cuff Cudney
Sackadorf: Alexis Yulin

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The House on Carroll Street

BBC One London, 21 December 1991 20.00

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