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starring Jeremy Kemp and Larry Lamb
Screenplay by KEITH WATERHOUSE from the book by ANTHONY DELANO
When escaped train robber Ronnie Biggs is discovered in Rio in 1974, it's a major scoop for the Daily Express, but Scotland Yard also wants in on the action. A deal is struck and the press corps and police go after 'Britain's most wanted man'.
Designer TIM HARVEY
Film editor ROBIN SALES Cameraman NAT CROSBY
Script editor MARTYN AUTY Producer GRAHAM BENSON
Director JAMES CELLAN JONES
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Contributors

Play By: Keith Waterhouse
Book By: Anthony Delano
Designer: Tim Harvey
Editor: Robin Sales
Unknown: Nat Crosby
Editor: Martyn Auty
Producer: Graham Benson
Director: James Cellan Jones
Slipper: Jeremy Kemp
Jones: George Costigan
Biggs: Larry Lamb
Mackenzie: Nicholas Le Prevost
Vine: Tony Doyle
McColl: Fulton MacKay
Hitchen: Barry Jackson
Lovelace: Desmond McNamara
Charmian: Gwen Taylor
Hinch: Michael Aitken
Brennan: George Sweeney
Anthea: Valerie Braddell
Purgavie: Philip Jackson
Champion: Jack Watling
Edwards: Julian Curry
Neill: Denys Hawthorne
Benckendorff: Simon Cutter
Steel: Ian Hastings
Monks: John Flanagan
McCabe: Daniel Webb
Australian: Alastair Cumming
Reporter: Richard Ashely
Sub editor: Richard Bonehill
Horace: Desmond Cullum-Jones
Judge (OOV): Dennis Edwards
Foreign editor: Guy Standeven
Raimunda: Silvina Pereira
Garcia: Toze Martinho
Flat superintendent: Armando Cortez
Lucia: Suzanna Borges
Wife Favela: Adelaide Joao
Husband Favela: Antonio Evora
Desk sergeant: Eustasio De Abreu
Phyllis: Angela Erreira
TV interviewer: Rui Neves
Receptionist: Lidia Franco
Desk clerk: Rogerlo Samora
Taxi driver: Antonio Anjos
Anthea's driver: Joao Sarabando
ITN reporter: Ricardo Luis Macedo
Old prisoner: Antonio Salgueiro

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