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The Trial of Klaus Barbie by RAY JENKINS
A court in France hears the testimony to the events of more than 40 years ago. Klaus Barbie , former Gestapo chief in occupied Lyons, stands accused of crimes against humanity in what may be the last trial in Europe of a major Nazi war criminal. Designer
DON GILES
Producers TIM IRONSIDE WOOD DENNIS WOOLF. CLAUDIA MILNE Director GARETH JONES
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Contributors

Unknown: Klaus Barbie
Unknown: Ray Jenkins
Unknown: Klaus Barbie
Unknown: Don Giles
Producers: Tim Ironside Wood
Producers: Dennis Woolf.
Producers: Claudia Milne
Director: Gareth Jones
President: Mark Kingston
Klaus Barbie: Maurice Denham
Clerk of Court: Christian Burgess
Lawyers .......: Jonathan Adams
Lawyers .......: Bernard Brown
Lawyers .......: David De Keyser
Lawyers .......: James Griffiths
Lawyers .......: Raad Rawi
Procureur General: John Stride
Klarsfeld: Colin Welland
Maitre Verges: David Calder
Sullaper: Charles Simon
Thomas: Don Fellows
Mme Levy: Sheila Raynor
Usher: Ronald Herdman
Lagrange: Lila Kaye
Frossard: Peter Copley
Margaine: Ray Smith
Blardone: Tenniel Evans
Streim: Peter Woodthorpe
Dr Reifmann: John Boswall
Zlatin: Sheila Burrell
Feldblum: Margery Mason
Benguigui: Margery Withers
Paillares: Dian Coupland
Joly: Peggy Mount
Gudefin: Matyelok Gibbs
Ambre: Lollie May
Lesevre: Beryl Cooke
Lakdar-Toumi: Bruce Montague
Fastre: Paul Anil
Damion: Jim McManus

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