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The Sunday Film: Juggernaut


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Richard Harris , Omar Sharif with David Hemmings , Anthony Hopkins Shirley Knight , Ian Holm
As the cruise ship Britannic sails into a Force 8 gale in mid-Atlantic, seasickness is the least of the problems of the 1,200 people aboard. For sailing with them are seven sophisticated bombs, timed to exPlode at dawn unless a ransom is Paid. As police in London work feverishly to uncover the identity of the mysterious ' Juggernaut', a bomb disposal squad tries to unlock the secret of the detonators.
Written and produced by RICHARD DEKOKER Directed by RICHARD LESTER Films, page 18


Unknown: Richard Harris
Unknown: Omar Sharif
Unknown: David Hemmings
Unknown: Anthony Hopkins
Unknown: Shirley Knight
Unknown: Ian Holm
Produced By: Richard Dekoker
Directed By: Richard Lester
Fallon: Richard Harris
Captain: Omar Sharif
Charlie Braddock: David Hemmings
Supt John McCleod: Anthony Hopkins
Barbara: Shirley Knight
Nicholas Porter: Ian Holm
Mr Corrigan: Clifton James
Social Director, Mr Curtain: Roy Kinnear
First Officer Hollingsworth: Mark Burns
Susan McCleod: Caroline Mortimer
David McCleod: Adam Bridge
Nancy McCleod: Rebecca Bridge

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