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An Infinity of Cages by JOAN O'CONNOR adapted from the novel The Visited by JOAN O' DONOVAN with Faith Brook and Haydn Jones Edith Crannick , on holiday in Dublin from nursing her old. tiresome, invalid mother, meets an unknown neighbour from London and unfortunately falls in love with him ...
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Unknown: Joan O'Connor
Unknown: Haydn Jones
Unknown: Edith Crannick
Producer: Charles Lefeaux
Leopold Darkin: Haydn Jones
Frank: Nigel Graham
Edith Crannick: Faith Brook
Sgt Molloy: Maurice Good
Sean Rafferty: Sean Barrett
Pat: Kerry Francis
Chambermaid: Kate Binchy
Movra Crannick: Carolin John
Harry Crannick: Ronald Herdman
Mrs Crannick: Sheila Grant
Mrs Trott: Wynne Clark
Caroline: Helen Worth
Flo: Olwen Griffiths
Dr French: Willlam Eedle
Nurse Bagley: Hilda Kriseman

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