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Triton: Part 1: An Appetite for Espionage


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by Rex Tucker

Lord Nelson summons two young officers, Captain Belwether and Lieutenant Lamb, to the flagship. They receive secret orders, but are unprepared for the fantastic adventure which awaits them.
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Writer: Rex Tucker
Script Editor: Kenneth Poolman
Music composed and conducted by: Dudley Simpson
Designer: Norman Vertigan
Producer: John McRae
Director: Michael Ferguson
Spy: John Timberlake
Lieut. Singleton, R.N.: Ric Felgate
Admiral of the White - The Rt. Hon. John Jervis of St Vincent, K.B.: Hamilton Dyce
Captain Julius Belwether, R.N.: Jonathan Adams
Lieut Simon Lamb, R.N.: Paul Grist
Captain Sir Home Popham, K.M.: Douglas Milvain
Vice-Admiral of the Blue: The Rt. Hon. Horatio Viscount Nelson. K.B.: Terry Scully
Madame Victor: Kathleen Helme
French Sergeant: Cyril Cross
Napoleon Bonaparte, First Consul of France: Tony Boyd
The Marquis de St. Cloud: Maurice Browning

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Triton: Part 1: An Appetite for Espionage

BBC One London, 30 June 1968 17.25

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