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Fall of Eagles

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A series of ten programmes
2: The Last Tsar by JOHN ELLIOT starring
Gayle Hunnicutt , Charles Kay Barry Foster , Freddie Jones
Patrick Stewart , Lynn Farleigh Ursula Howells , David Collings
NICHOLAS: I intend to maintain the principle of absolute autocracy, as firmly as my dear father.
Incidental music KENNETH PLATTS Producer STUART BURGE
Director BILL HAYS

Contributors

Unknown: John Elliot
Unknown: Gayle Hunnicutt
Unknown: Charles Kay
Unknown: Barry Foster
Unknown: Freddie Jones
Unknown: Patrick Stewart
Unknown: Lynn Farleigh
Unknown: Ursula Howells
Unknown: David Collings
Music: Kenneth Platts
Producer: Stuart Burge
Director: Bill Hays
Alexander IIL: Tony Jay
Witte: Freddie Jones
Nicholas: Charles Kay
Kschessinska: Jan Francis
Milyukov: David Collings
Cousin Serge: John Nightingale
Constantin: Howard Rawlinson
Singer: Leila Hart
Ulyanov (Lenin): Patrick Stewart
Nadezhda: Lynn Farleigh
Wahl: Denzil Ellis
Young Nicholas: John Sanderson
Marie: Ursula Howells
Alexandra: Gayle Hunnicutt
Uncle Serge: Robert Brown
Ella: Isla Blair
Queen Victoria: Mavis Edwards
Wilhelm: Barry Foster
Father John: Kevin Stoney
Narrator: Michael Hordern

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