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starring John Nettles in Always Leave Them Laughing by ROBERT BANKS STEWART and PETER MILLER with Terence Alexander and featuring Sean Arnold
Annette Badland and Mela White Special guest stars
Rikki Fulton and Joanne Whalley For a summer show celebrity like Andy Galbraith , malicious cranks can be a hazard. But is Christine Bolton telling the truth?
Theme composed by GEORGE FENTON Film editor TARIQ ANWAR Designer JOHN HURST
Photography MIKE SOUTUON
★ Subtitles on Ceejax page 170


Unknown: John Nettles
Unknown: Robert Banks Stewart
Unknown: Peter Miller
Unknown: Terence Alexander
Unknown: Sean Arnold
Unknown: Annette Badland
Unknown: Rikki Fulton
Unknown: Joanne Whalley
Unknown: Andy Galbraith
Unknown: Christine Bolton
Composed By: George Fenton
Editor: Tariq Anwar
Designer: John Hurst
Produced By: Robert Banks
Directed By: Peter Smitii
Jim Bergerae: John Nettles
Charles Hungerford: Terence Alexander
Crozier: Sean Arnold
Charlotte: Annette Badland
Diamante Lil: Meia White
Andy Galbraith: Rikki Fulton
Christine Bolton: Joanne Whalley
Hilda Galbraith: Jan Wilson
Chief: Tony Melody
Det Con Wilson: Geoffrey Leesley
Roger Dubree: Geoffrey Davies
Lee Houghton: Brian Capron
Harry Rousseau: David English
Dr Lejeune: Jonathan Adams
Chemist: Peter Hughes
Merlin: Edward Phillips
Doorkeeper: Harry Littlewood
First angler: Mike Kemp
Second angler: David Glyder

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