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starring John Nettles in Last Chance for a Loser by PHILIP BROADLEY with Cecile Paoli and Terence Alexander and featuring
Patrick Mower , Sarah Douglas Deborah Grant , Sean Arnold
Jim Bergerac has marked Eddie St Pierre 's card before, but now he's out of the game. Or is he?
Created and produced by ROBERT BANKS STEWART
Directed by IAN TOYNTON


Unknown: John Nettles
Unknown: Philip Broadley
Unknown: Cecile Paoli
Unknown: Terence Alexander
Unknown: Patrick Mower
Unknown: Sarah Douglas
Unknown: Deborah Grant
Unknown: Sean Arnold
Unknown: Jim Bergerac
Unknown: Eddie St Pierre
Produced By: Robert Banks Stewart
Directed By: Ian Toynton
Jim Bergerac: John Nettles
Francine: Cecile Paoli
Hungerford: Terence Alexander
Crozier: Sean Arnold
Chief: Tony Melody
Charlotte: Annette Badland
Diamante Lil: Mela White
Gulliver: Danny Schiller
Deborah: Deborah Grant
Eddie St Pierre: Patrick Mower
Anne Beresford: Sarah Douglas
Grant: Sean Caffrey
Ken: Anthony Milner
Walter Vance: George Roubicek
Sheila Vance: Virglnia Lester
Gidleigh: Alan David
'Horatio' Nelson: Kevin Stoney
Det Con Wilson: Geoffrey Leesley
Sergeant: Harry Walker
Joy: Penny Maegraith
Salesgirl: Penny Maegraith
Hotel receptionist: Ishia Bennison
Press man: David Auker
Golf customer: David Beale
Security guard: Bill Treacher

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