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Who, Sir? Me, Sir?


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The last of a six-part serial adapted for television by JENNY MCDADE
The Tetrathlon is underway but Hawkwood has made a poor start.
Make-up designer BENITA BARRELL Costume designer
Executive producer PAUL STONE Director COLIN CANT


Unknown: K. M. Peyton
Television By: Jenny McDade
Music By: Peter Howell
Unknown: Bob Roberts
Designer: Benita Barrell
Unknown: Catherine Westray
Producer: Paul Stone
Director: Colin Cant
Nutty: Linda Frith
Hoomey: Nigel Stewart
Jazz: Ashok Kumar
Nails: Tony Bywater
Gloria: Claire Callaghan
Gary: Kelly George
Bean: Jimmy Demetriou
Pamela: Karen Frawley
Sam: Ian Hastings
Brenda: Julianne Eveleigh
Foggerty: Tim Barker
Headmaster: Anthony Dawes
Sebastian Smith: Marek Kurpiel
Antony Royd: Alex Bullion
Mark Fountains-Abbott: Kevin Shaw
Colin Constable: Michael O'Keeffe
Piers Plumpton: Martin Wimbush
Biddy Bedwelty: Susan Jameson
Knacker Bean: Carlos Douglas
Insp Constable: Clive Graham
Starter: Richard Grant
Mrs Fountains-Abbott: Sally Bazely
Reginald Smith: Ronald Herdman
Marjorie Smith: Susan Uebel
Mr McTavish: Bill Treacher
Mrs McTavish: Josie Kidd
Mrs Rossiter: Janet Pate
Mr Rossiter: Peter Robert Scott
Ms Bedwelty: Mary Wimbush
Rodney Potter: John Abbott
Mrs Hammond-Hill: Moyna Cope
Mr Singh: Albert Moses
Mrs Singh: Charu Bala Chokshi

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