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Shadow of the Noose


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Fourth of eight cases featuring legendary lawyer Edward Marshall Hall.
Starring Jonathan Hyde with Tony Doyle ,
Michael Feast , Gawn Grainger , Derek Newark , Vincenzo Ricotta. Beside the Seaside
The South African War, treason, a woman found strangled on the sands at Great Yarmouth - and connecting all these is
Herbert Bennett. womaniser and conman. For Marshall Hall , everything will turn on an alibi.
Videotape editor DENNIS COLLETT Designer ROGER CANN


Unknown: Richard Cooper.
Unknown: Edward Marshall Hall.
Unknown: Jonathan Hyde
Unknown: Tony Doyle
Unknown: Michael Feast
Unknown: Gawn Grainger
Unknown: Derek Newark
Unknown: Vincenzo Ricotta.
Unknown: Herbert Bennett.
Unknown: Marshall Hall
Unknown: John King
Editor: Dennis Collett
Designer: Roger Cann
Producer: Colin Tucker
Director: Sebastian Graham-Jones
Herbert Bennett: Vincenzo Ricotta
Mary Bennett: Caroline Quentin
Mrs Potter: Patricia Prior
Mr Potter: Rex Robinson
Van der Hogh: Derek Newark
Voegel: Peter van Dissel
Huit: Kevin O'Shea
Guard: Graham Rees
Alice Meadows: Claire Williamson
Edgar Bowker: Michael Feast
Elvey Robb: John Middleton
Edward Marshall Hall: Jonathan Hyde
Thorn Drury: Tony Doyle
Charles Gill: Gawn Grainger
Lord Alverstone: Morris Perry
Conyers: Roger Swaine
Usher: John Ross
Polly Rudrum: Ellie Steiner
Sholto Douglas: David Kitchen
Jury foreman: Bill Harrison
Chaplain: Ronald Sowton

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