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Cloud Howe


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The last of four episodes dramatised for television by BILL CRAIG starring and Nimbus
' Not even for Robert could I change and pretend. I had found in the moors and the sun my surety unshaken, lost maybe myself. But I followed no cloud, be it named or unnamed.'
Film cameraman ALEX SCOTT
Director TOM COTTER. BBC Scotland


Unknown: Lewis Grassic Gibbon
Television By: Bill Craig
Unknown: Alex Scott
Unknown: Alan Hinderson
Designer: David McKenzie
Producer: Roderick Graham
Director: Tom Cotter.
Chris Colquohoun: Vivien Heilbron
Robert Colquohoun: Hugh Fraser
Dalziel of Meiklebogs: Donald Douglas
Peter Peat: Hugh Martin
Old Leslie: Alex McCrindle
Hairy Hogg: Malcolm Rennie
Else Queen: Celia Imrie
Alex Hogg: Jim Byars
Ake Ogilvie: Alec Heggie
Dod Cronin: Billy McColl
MacDougall Brown: Nicholas McArdle
Mrs Brown: Anna Cowie
Cis Brown: Sharon Erskine
Dite Peat: Brian Pettifer
Stephen Mowat: Robert Longden
Kindness: Alexander Morton
Will Melvin: Andrew McCulloch
John Muir: Billy Riddoch
Ag Moultrie: Terry Cavers
Ewan Tavendale: David Leonard
Mrs Hogg: Margo Gillies
Banker: Milton Cadman
Jeannie Grant: Fiona Knowles
Jock Cronin: Jon Morrison
Mrs Kindness: Bridget McCann
Dr MacCormack: Carey Wilson
Mr Geddes: Charles Houston
Mrs Geddes: Maureen Morris
Miss McCaskill: Primrose Milligan
Miss Ferguson: Jo Cameron Brown

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