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Screen Two: Fellow Traveller

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Starring Ron Silver, Imogen Stubbs, Daniel J Travanti, Hart Bochner
1950s Hollywood: the McCarthy senate committee is conducting a witch-hunt for supposed communists in the entertainment industry and betrayal is in the air. For three friends this proves to be a disaster - for the writer who must work incognito for the emerging ITV in England; for the musician now living in England, a painful renewal of old wounds; and for the star a final performance.
Producer Michael Wearing Director Philip Saville
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Contributors

Unknown: Ron Silver
Unknown: Imogen Stubbs
Unknown: Daniel J Travanti
Unknown: Hart Bochner
Director: Philip Saville
Asa Kaufman: Ron Silver
Sarah Aitchison: Imogen Stubbs
Jerry Leavy: Daniel J Travanti
Clifford Byrne: Hart Bochner
Joan Kaufman: Katherine Borowitz
D'Arcy: Julian Fellowes
Sir Hugo Armstrong: Richard Wilson
Landlady: Doreen Mantle
Ronnie Wilson: David O'Hara
Lawyer: Angus MacInnes
Inspector: Nicholas Jones
Sheriff of Nottingham: Jonathan Hyde
Robin Hood: Alexander Hanson

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Screen Two: Fellow Traveller

BBC Two England, 10 February 1991 21.00






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