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3/8. Broken Dreams. A young shoplifter turns out to have been left home alone. Can Jackie Brown and Jodie Finn help?
Written by Chris Murray : Producer Maria Ward : Director Keith Boak
www.bbc.co.uk/merseybeat Murphy's law: page 14


Unknown: Jackie Brown
Unknown: Jodie Finn
Written By: Chris Murray
Producer: Maria Ward
Director: Keith Boak
Charlie Eden: Leslie Ash
Jim Oulton: John McArdle
Pete Hammond: Mark WomacK
Larry Barton: Chris Walker
Jackie Brown: Joanna Taylor
Jodie Finn: Josephine D'Arby
Bill Gentle: David Hargreaves
Glenn Freeman: Scot Williams
Lester Cartwright: Gary Cargill
Natalie Vance: Tupele Dorgu
DV Vince Peterson: Kevin Harvey
Mary Connolly: Bridget Fry
Dave Troby: Sean McKee
Hannah Roe: Valerie Gogan
Terry Roe: Gary Bleasdale
Lewis Roe: Gary Chan
Mel Turner: Kathryn Drysdale
Gavin Henderson: Michael Shaw
Herb Garner: Nicholas Amer
Val Kitson: Kate Henry
Linda: Lorraine Hodgson
Jay Feltham: Sandeep Sharma
Jack Connolly: Steven Sinclair
Jill Jones: Eunice Roberts

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