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Saturday Night at the Movies: Wet Gold

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continues a season of films new to television.
Tonight starring Brooke Shields, Burgess Meredith
Laura is young, beautiful and sick of her life waitressing in a cheap diner by day and fantasising about wealth with her boyfriend Barnes by night. Then one morning she stumbles across Sampson, an old drunken beach bum who tells her a fantastic tale of a sunken ship and a fortune in gold. With Sampson as a Partner, Laura persuades Barnes and a diver called Keating to help her find the treasure. All goes well until the first sign of gold, when greed begins to infect the group - with terrible and violent consequences.
(First showing on British television)
FILMS: page 26
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Contributors

Screenplay: David Sherwin
Screenplay: Joyce Eliason
Produced by: Douglas Claybourne
Directed by: Dick Lowry
Laura: Brooke Shields
Sampson: Burgess Meredith
Barnes: Tom Byrd
Keating: Brian Kerwin

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Saturday Night at the Movies: Wet Gold

BBC One London, 4 October 1986 21.15






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