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Dixon of Dock Green


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starring Jack Warner with Richard Heffer , Ben Howard and Nicholas Donnelly special guests
Alan Lake , Gwyneth Powell Domino by DEREK INGREY
When the Domino berths in the local marina, she brings with her a load of trouble for Dock Green Police.
Series created by TED WILLIS


Unknown: Jack Warner
Unknown: Richard Heffer
Unknown: Ben Howard
Unknown: Nicholas Donnelly
Unknown: Alan Lake
Unknown: Derek Ingrey
Unknown: Ted Willis
Designer: Susan Spence
Director: Vere Lorrimer
George Dixon: Jack Warner
Annabelle Sturmer: Sally Faulkner
Bert: Michael Stainton
Sam: Jim McManus
Mason: Alan Lake
Sgt Johnny Wills: Nicholas Donnelly
PC Harry Dunne: Stephen Marsh
Det-Con Len Clayton: Ben Howard
Det-Sgt Alan Bruton: Richard Heffer
Jane Mason: Gwyneth Powell
Weston: Godfrey Jackson
Sturmer: Simon Lach

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