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The Dragon's Opponent

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A four-part serial by COLIN MORRIS starring Ronald Pickup Angela Douglas
3: The Drawn Sword
World War II takes Jack Howard , Earl of Suffolk and Berkshire, into the dangers and excitements of France in 1939 and 1940. Producer anthony READ Director Gerald BLAKE

Contributors

Unknown: Colin Morris
Unknown: Ronald Pickup
Unknown: Angela Douglas
Unknown: Jack Howard
Producer: Anthony Read
Director: Gerald Blake
Jack Howard: Ronald Pickup
Dr Gough: Peter Copley
Miss Godfrey: Sally Lewis
Beryl Morden: Angela Douglas
Mrs Morden: Beryl Cooke
Met Vickers man: Alexander John
Waiter: Daville Barber
French clerk: Lawrence Davidson
M Bichelonne: Alan Downer
Gendarme: Adrian Pearson
Captain Paulsen: Roy Hanlon
Willy: Anthony Kenyon
First Mate: Michael Keating
Lt-Col Golding: David Rolfe
French Officer: Jay Neill
Marshal Petain: Jack Woolgar
General Weygand: Peter Miles
RAF Officer: Ray Knight
Comte: Michael Anthony
Dr Kowarski: John Herrington
Porter: Paul Antrim
Under-Secretary: James Locker

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The Dragon's Opponent

BBC One London, 14 August 1974 20.10






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