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Screen Two: The Russian Soldier

Synopsis

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Screenplay by BRIAN PHELAN starring and What is it that Edgar Garrett sees, or thinks he sees, on his farm one morning in the mists of early spring?
Whatever it is, one thing is certain. Life will never be the same again for him and his family.
Music composed and conducted by STANLEY MYERS
Lighting JOHN MASON Designer DICK COLES
Script editor ALAN DRURY
Producer ALAN SHALLCROSS Directed by GAVIN MILLAR
0 FILMS: page 16
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Contributors

Unknown: Brian Phelan
Unknown: Edgar Garrett
Conducted By: Stanley Myers
Unknown: John Mason
Designer: Dick Coles
Editor: Alan Drury
Producer: Alan Shallcross
Directed By: Gavin Millar
Edgar Garrett: Warren Clarke
John Carter: Patrick Malahide
Ken Tuke: Alan MacNaughtan
Julie Garrett: Jane Wood
Michael: Steven Jackson
Nigel: Jerome Flynn
Carol: June Page
Government minister: Iain Rattray
First civil servant: Susan Dowdall
Second civil servant: Henry Moxon
Naval officer: Peter Sands
Bookseller: James Walker
Taff: Douglas Harris
Harry: Richard Cubison
Supervisor: Eileen Helsby
Technician: Neil Salvage
Uniformed policeman: Dominic Allan
Plainclothes policeman: Charles Pemberton
Reporters: Peter Quince
Reporters: Deborah-Jane Sharpe
Tuke's secretary: Steffanie Pitt
Van driver: Martin Wagner
Hunt secretary: Keith Rawlings
Russian soldier: Bibs Ekkel
Stephen: Jason Evans
Danny: James Lance
Fin: Jason King






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