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Deadly Voyage

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The series of Screen Two dramas continues with an action-adventure, based on a true story, starring Omar Epps , Joss Ackland, Sean Pertwee , David Suchet
A small group of Ghanaian stowaways are discovered on board a cargo ship and all but one brutally murdered by its crew. The survivor tells his story. See today's choices.
Written by Stuart Urban ; Producers Bradley Adams and John Goldschmidt ; Director John Mackenzie
* The Great Escape: page 6

Contributors

Unknown: Omar Epps
Unknown: Joss Ackland
Unknown: Sean Pertwee
Unknown: David Suchet
Written By: Stuart Urban
Producers: Bradley Adams
Producers: John Goldschmidt
Director: John MacKenzie
Kingsley Ofosu: Omar Epps
Captain: Joss Ackland
Ion: Sean Pertwee
Vlachos: David Suchet
Romachenko: Andrew Divoff
Albert: Jean Claude La Marre
Emmanuel: Ade Wale
Petr: Ilia Volokh
Yuri: Roman Varshavsky
Ebow: Chjwetel Ejiofor
Anduse OMANZA: Eugene Shaw
Moses: Henry Nartey
Charles: Oscar Provencal
Paul: Wakefield Ackuaku
Bob: David Dontoh
Agnes: Maxine Burth
Commissioner: Michael Byrne
Mikhail: Ravil Isyanov
Palamarchouk: Tomas Lukes
Judy: Zillah Yeo

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