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Detective: Subject: Murder


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Rupert Davies as Maigret introduces Detective-Constable Bradfield played by Mark Eden in Clifford Witting's Subject: Murder


Writer: Clifford Witting
Detective theme music composed by: John Addison
Incidental Music: Max Harris
Script Editor: John Gould
Script Editor: Anthony Read
Designer: Margaret Peacock
Producer: David Goddard
Director: Max Varnel
Maigret (introduction): Rupert Davies
Peter Bradfield: Mark Eden
Gunner John Fieldhouse: Wilfrid Downing
Gunner Postbechild: Clive Colin Bowler
Battery Sergeant-Major Yule: Michael Peake
Susan Carmichael: Virginia Wetherell
Bombardier Paul Morton: Brian McDermott
Fay Gilbert: Veronica Strong
Landlady of the pub: Totti Truman Taylor
Battery Quartermaster-Sergeant Ackroyd: Alec Ross
Gunner Aubrey Lovelock: James Hunter
Battery Captain Fitzgerald: Richard Shaw
Cianelli: Joe Greig
Major Mellis: Anthony Woodruff
Sergeant Burroughs: Stanley Price
Doggett: Harry Brunning
Detective-Inspector Charlton: Basil Dignam

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Detective: Subject: Murder

BBC One London, 1 June 1964 21.25

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