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Screen Two: Going Home

Synopsis

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Screenplay by Christopher Green
starring Nicholas Campbell

After the Great War, thousands of Canadian troops were sent to Kinmel Park Camp in North Wales to await their return as young heroes.

(BBC Wales)
(Feature: page 9 and Films: page 19)
(Ceefax Subtitles)

Contributors

Writer: Christopher Green
Music By: Richard Hartley
Designer: Ray Price
Film Editor: Tim Kruijdenberg
Photography: Paul Reed
Executive Producer: John Hefin
Executive Producer: W. Paterson Ferns
Producer: Ray Marshall
Director: Terry Ryan
Cpl Brill: Nicholas Campbell
Vember Carr: Sioned Mair
L/Cpl Millen: Albert Schultz
Pte Yashin: Milan Cheylov
Bannerman: Eugene Lipinski
Lt Anson: William Hope
Cpl Hatch: Paul Maxwell
Franklin: Bradley Lavelle
Pte Corti: Peter Whitman
Pte Thompson: William Armstrong
Sgt-Maj Wagner: Peter Banks
Cpl Bates: Ian Morton
Sir William: Bernard Brown
Morgan: Meredydd Edwards
Tanner: Michael Roberts
[Actress]: Elizabeth Richardson
[Actor]: Artro Morris
[Actress]: Dilys Price
[Actor]: Don Fellows
[Actor]: Clyde Pollitt
[Actor]: Rolant Elis Thomas
[Actor]: John Serret






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