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Detective: The Tea-Leaf

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Hannah Gordon as Ruth Kelstem investigates the case of The Tea-Leaf by Edgar Jepson and Robert Eustace
Dramatised by Noel Robinson
In the steamy heat of a fashionable Turkish baths, emotions can become heightened and lead to a fantastic and mysterious death.

Contributors

Author: Edgar Jepson
Author: Robert Eustace
Dramatised by: Noel Robinson
Script Editor: Anthea Browne-Wilkinson
Designer: Michael Young
Producer: Jordan Lawrence
Director: Peter Moffatt
Hugh Willoughton: Glyn Owen
Arthur Kelstern: Grant Taylor
Rivers: Bert Brownbill
Jarvis: Hugh Walters
Mr Price-Jones: Geoffrey Denton
Ruth Kelstern: Hannah Gordon
John Mackenzie: Neil Stacy
Det-Insp Brackett: Hugh Cross
Det-Sgt Paton: Kenneth Scott
Peter Hazeldean: David Langton
Greatorex: Robert James
Judge: Keith Campbell
Clerk of the Court: Laidlaw Dalling
Usher: Frank Littlewood
Hamley: John Devaut
Foreman of the Jury: Jack Niles
Policeman: Stephen John

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Detective: The Tea-Leaf

BBC One London, 5 October 1969 19.25






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