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Saturday Cinema: Dry Rot

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starring
Ronald Shiner Brian Rix
Peggy Mount
After a disastrous day at the races ' Honest Alf Tubbs ' and his bookie friends are forced to disappear rather rapidly. Something which their clients are not too happy about. The trio decide they must make some money quickly and set up headquarters in a pub ...
Screenplay by JOHN CHAPMAN Produced by JACK CLAYTON Directed by MAURICE ELVEY
. Films: page 82 Film news and reviews on Ceefax

Contributors

Unknown: Ronald Shiner
Unknown: Brian Rix
Unknown: Alf Tubbs
Unknown: John Chapman
Produced By: Jack Clayton
Directed By: Maurice Elvey
Alf Tubbs: Ronald Shiner
Fred Phipps: Brian Rix
Sgt Fire: Peggy Mount
Danby: Lee Patterson
Flash Harry: Sidney James
Polignac: Christian Duvaleix
Beth: Joan Sims
Susan: Heather Sears
Col Wagstaffe: Michael Shepley
Mrs Wagstaffe: Joan Haythorne
Yokel: Miles Malleson
Raymond Glendenning: Himself

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Saturday Cinema: Dry Rot

BBC Two England, 25 July 1981 14.45






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