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A serial in eight episodes by Edward J. Mason
4: East End Interlude
It is now alarmingly apparent that forces are at work to prevent Miss Dangerfield, not only from finding the missing Sally Buxton -but also from staying alive! Several throats of violence and an actual attempt on her life have scared singer Jean-Pierre even more than ' Danger ' herself. In fact he seems ready to give out some vital and useful information when he stops short because of something he can see from the car in which they are parked.
Music composed by Basil Hempseed
Lyrics by Edward J. Mason Pianist, Norman Hackforth t Produced by MARTYN C. WEBSTER


Unknown: Edward J. Mason
Unknown: Sally Buxton
Composed By: Basil Hempseed
Pianist: Edward J. Mason
Pianist: Norman Hackforth
Produced By: Martyn C. Webster
Jean-Pierre: John Bentley
Miss Dangerfield: June Tobin
Miss Richmond: Grizelda Hervey
Laura Gross: Vivienne Chatterton
Banwell Spender: Simon Lack
Brett Norton: Denis Goacher
Brigadier: Austin Trevor
Swordflsh: Malcolm Hayes
Angel: Anthony Hall

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