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starring Patrick Mower in A Good and Faithful Woman by RICHARD HARRIS with Philip Madoc , Brendan Price and Vivien Heilbron and featuring Dave King
Prunella Scales and Ronald Lacey
Raymond Blake , the brains behind a recent large-scale robbery, makes a daring return from South America to recover his share of the proceeds. Hackett receives a tip-off but Raymond has already disappeared - in mysterious circumstances.
Directed by BEN BOLT


Unknown: Patrick Mower
Unknown: Richard Harris
Unknown: Philip Madoc
Unknown: Vivien Heilbron
Unknown: Dave King
Unknown: Prunella Scales
Unknown: Ronald Lacey
Unknown: Raymond Blake
Producer: Philip Hinchcliffe
Directed By: Ben Bolt
Det-Supt Steve Hackett: Patrick Mower
Det Chief Supt Tate: Philip Madoc
Det-Sgt Frank Bonney: Brendan Price
Det-Sgt Louise Colbert: Vivien Heilbron
Raymond Blake: Dave King
Diana Blake: Prunella Scales
Charlie Walker: Ronald Lacey
Timothy Aspel: Tom Chadbon
Keith Venables: Brian McDermott
Eamon Leary: James Coyle
Sir Donald: John Blain
Jock: Christopher Ryan

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