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The Brothers


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A serial in 10 parts
9: A Worm in the Bud by ERIC PAICE starring Jean Anderson
Glyn Owen , Jennifer Wilson with Richard Easton , Robin Chadwick Hilary Tindall , Julia Goodman
Hammond Transport is threatened with a take-over bid. Edward fails to impose his will on the Board of Directors. Brian finds himself involved in a personal crisis with his wife, Ann.
Serial created by GERARD GLAISTER and N. J. CRISP Lighting JOHN GREEN


Unknown: Jean Anderson
Unknown: Glyn Owen
Unknown: Jennifer Wilson
Unknown: Richard Easton
Unknown: Robin Chadwick
Unknown: Hilary Tindall
Unknown: Julia Goodman
Unknown: Gerard Glaister
Designer: Cynthia Kljuco
Producer: Gerard Glaister
Director: Philip Dudley
Edward Hammond: Glyn Owen
Bill Riley: Derek Benfield
Sir John Borret: Hamilton Dyce
Sally: Annette Andre
Ann Hammond: Hilary Tindall
Minicab driver: Johnny Briggs
David Hammond: Robin Chadwick
Brian Hammond: Richard Easton
Mary Hammond: Jean Anderson
Jennifer Kingsley: Jennifer Wilson
Walpole: Leonard Fenton
Head Waiter: John Payne
Marion: Sarah Grazebrook
Barbara Kingsley: Julia Goodman
Newscaster: Corbet Woodall

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