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Para Handy - Master Mariner: 3: A Happy New Year

Synopsis

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A television series by Duncan Ross.
Based on the stories of Neil Munro.
[Starring] Duncan Macrae with Roddy McMillan, John Grieve and Angus Lennie
Dancers from the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society
Members of the City of Glasgow Police Male Voice Choir
Students from the Glasgow College of Dramatic Art
Singers, Kenna Campbell and Alasdair Gillies
Music provided by the Shandford Group
From the BBC's television studio in Scotland

Contributors

Writer: Duncan Ross
Based on the stories of: Neil Munro
Producer: Pharic MacLaren
Dancers: Dancers from the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society
Singers: Members of the City of Glasgow Police Male Voice Choir
Singer: Kenna Campbell
Singer: Alasdair Gillies
Musicians: The Shandford Group
Film cameraman: David Hanley
Film editor: James Mearns
Designer: Robert MacGowan
Para Handy: Duncan MacRae
Dougie: Roddy McMillan
Macphail: John Grieve
Sunny Jim: Angus Lennie
Bob: Russell Hunter
Alec: Gerard Slevin
Erchie: Robert Borland
Bonnie Ann: Meg Buchanan
Mrs Thompson: Jean Faulds
Mrs Brown: Marjorie Thomson
Mrs Smith: Joan Fitzpatrick
Miss Hilbery-Jones: Hilda Case
Hurricane Jack: Iain Cuthbertson
First Committee man: Douglas Gladdle
Second Committee man: Robert Graham
Also taking part: Rita Black
Also taking part: Denise Coffey
Also taking part: Muriel Henry
Also taking part: Julia Marks
Also taking part: Louise Maclaren
Also taking part: Shenah Douglas
Also taking part: Katy Gardiner
Also taking part: Sadie McKinnon
Also taking part: Mary McLeish
Also taking part: Annie Scotland
[Actors]: Students from the Glasgow College of Dramatic Art

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Para Handy - Master Mariner: 3: A Happy New Year

BBC Television, 1 January 1960 20.30






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