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Lovejoy

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
starring in To Sleep No More by DAVID BROWN with Even though it plays a beautiful tune, Lovejoy guesses the silver snuff-box is a fake. But is it the clue to a hidden store of valuable antiques?
Created for television by IAN LA FRENAIS from the Lovejoy books by JONATHAN GASH Film editor RAY WINGROVE Designer GARY PRITCHARD Photography ALEC CURTIS
Producer ROBERT BANKS STEWART Director KEN HANNAM
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Contributors

Unknown: David Brown
Television By: Ian La Frenais
Unknown: Jonathan Gash
Editor: Ray Wingrove
Designer: Gary Pritchard
Unknown: Alec Curtis
Producer: Robert Banks Stewart
Director: Ken Hannam
Lovejoy: Ian McShane
Lady Jane: Phyllis Logan
Tinker: Dudley Sutton
Gimbert: Malcolm Tierney
Eric: Chris Jury
Mrs Mattock: Norma West
Smiley: Robert Ashby
Arnold: John Forgeham
Helen: Jo Ross
Dandy Jack: Geoffrey Bateman
Mrs Wendell: Margaret Stallard
Bigelow: Denys Graham
Alexander: Pavel Douglas
Mrs Cameron: Jan Wilson
Pilsen: Angus Lennie
Receptionist: Rebecca Lacey
Sam Wendell: Michael Segal
Det Sgt Drabble: John Scholes
Woody: Mark Monero
George: Simon Kaplan
Vicar: Peter Whitbread
First guest: John Gleeson
Second guest: Jan Farmery






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