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Eagle Over the Sea by Michael and Mollie Hardwick
The year is 1802 and there is an uneasy truce between England and France. Dr. Thomas Locksmith and his son Jeremy have accepted Victor Chard in's invitation to develop the doctor's invention, a flying-machine, in France at the expense of a French syndicate.
PART 3 with Noel Howlett , Austin Trevor and David Valla
Produced by BETTY DAVIES


Unknown: Mollie Hardwick
Unknown: Victor Chard
Unknown: Noel Howlett
Unknown: David Valla
Produced By: Betty Davies
Jeremy Locksmith: David Valla
Dr Locksmith: Noel Howlett
Amelia Locksmith: Eva Haddon
Jane Locksmith: Cecile Chevreau
Mr Trelawney: Walter Fitzgerald
Victor Chardin: Austin Trevor
Michael Rourke: Tommy Duggan
Boy: Peter Marinker
Billy Meakins: Peter Claughton
Ben: Eric Anderson
Pierre: John Dearth
Orceval: John Bryning
Napoleon: William Eedle
Meurles: Tim Seely
Madeleine Chardin: Bright Paul

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