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The Eyes of Charles Sand

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starring Peter Haskell Barbara Rush
Bradford Dillman Joan Bennett
A shocking nightmare warns Charles Sand that he has inherited a strange gift of perception known as 'The Sight'. It is a power he cannot ignore and Sand soon finds that his terrifying glimpses into the supernatural involve him in a bizarre murder mystery
Screenplay by HENRY FARRELL and STANFORD WHITMORE Produced by HUGH BENSON Directed by REZA s. BADIY1
(First showing on British television) 0 FILMS: page 19

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Haskell
Unknown: Barbara Rush
Unknown: Bradford Dillman
Unknown: Joan Bennett
Unknown: Charles Sand
Unknown: Henry Farrell
Produced By: Hugh Benson
Charles Sand: Peter Haskell
Kathryn Winslow: Barbara Rush
Emily Parkhurst: Sharon Farrell
Jeffrey Winslow: Bradford Dillman
Dr Paul Scott: Adam West
Aunt Alexandria: Joan Bennett
Dr Sam Ballard: Ivor Francis
Raymond: Gary Clarke

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The Eyes of Charles Sand

BBC One London, 6 February 1985 22.55






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