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An eight-part series starring
and 4: The Killer of Rose Amelia Bonner by ROY CLARKE
Larry's off-set activities spell trouble for producer Paula, and the 'American end' state their case. On- or off-set Kate is in real trouble when Larry gets involved with murder.
Pulaski theme performed by THE SHADOWS
Photography IAN PUNTER Film editor ROY SHARMAN Designer RICHARD MORRIS Produced by PAUL KNIGHT


Unknown: Roy Clarke
Music: Brian Bennett
Unknown: Ian Punter
Editor: Roy Sharman
Designer: Richard Morris
Produced By: Paul Knight
Directed By: Christopher King
Larry Summers: David And Pulaski Andrews
Kate Smith and Briggsy: Caroline Langrishe
Paula: Kate Harper
Jerome: Rolf Saxon
Hilary: Timothy Carlton
Jane: Deborah Grant
Det Sgt Ford: Ray Winstone
Millie: Helen Burns
Director: Nigel Pegram
Brad: Terry Cade
First assistant: Nigel Humphreys
Killer: Tony London
Purvis: Tracy Hart
Priest: Terence Bayler
Mrs Winthrop: Shirley Dixon
Kid lawyer: Mark Burton
Lawyer: Robert MacLeod
Irish actor: Harry Webster
Pretty girl: Lucy Foxell
Detectives: Ashley Gunstock
Detectives: Robert Kitson
Second assistant: Angela Curran
Props man: Howard Lew Lewis
Reporters: Sally Osborn
Reporters: Nicholas Young
Author: Paul Rainbow

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