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The Troubleshooters


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Ray Barrett , Geoffrey Keen
Philip Latham , Jennifer Wright Guest stars
Jack Watson , Ann Castle In Camelot on a Clear Day by DAVID FISHER
' Oh yes, our Willy can fight really dirty when there's a principle involved.' ,
A world-famous leprosy hospital lies in the path of Mogul's exploration teams in East Africa. The ageing Dr Hoffmann who runs it is idolised by millions, including Willy Izard - who, with Thornton's help, has to cope with the problems involved.
Series created by JOHN ELLIOT
Associate producer MICHAEL GLYNN Producer ANTHONY READ


Unknown: Ray Barrett
Unknown: Geoffrey Keen
Unknown: Philip Latham
Unknown: Jennifer Wright
Unknown: Jack Watson
Unknown: David Fisher
Unknown: Willy Izard
Unknown: John Elliot
Unknown: Barrie Dobbins
Unknown: Michael Glynn
Unknown: Anthony Read
Directed By: John Matthews
Brian Stead: Geoffrey Keen
Mrs George: Jennifer Wright
Willy Izard: Philip Latham
TV Interviewer: Frank Thornton
Dr Chimubu: Christopher Carlos
MbOgO: Lionel Ngakane
Peter Thornton: Ray Barrett
Pat Fairchild: Norman Mitchell
Lady Drummond: Mysie Monte
Erich Muller: Theodore Wilhelm
Julius: Jack Dandy
Sister O'Connor: Ann Castle
Helga Nuhrbacher: Cynthula Bizeray
Dr Hoffmann: Jack Watson
Nurse Lefebvre: Daphne Davey
Dr Smallbrook: Margaret Walker

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The Troubleshooters

BBC One London, 1 June 1970 21.10

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