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Pulaski

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We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
An eight-part series created by ROY CLARKE starring
3: Violence, Love and Ratings by GEOFFREY CASE
Brad is seriously injured when a stunt sequence is brought forward because Larry is drunk on set. It looks like an accident, but both Larry and Paula are keen to prove it wasn't.
Pulaski theme performed by THE SHADOWS
Music BRIAN BENNETT
Photography DAVID WHITSON Film editor FRANCES PARKER DesignerJOHN STOUT
Produced by PAUL KNIGHT
Directed by GERRY POULSON *CEEFAX SUBTITLES

Contributors

Unknown: Roy Clarke
Unknown: Geoffrey Case
Editor: Frances Parker
Designer: John Stout
Produced By: Paul Knight
Directed By: Gerry Poulson
Larry Summers: David Andrews
Larry Summers: Pulaski
Kate Smith and Briggsy: Caroline Langrishe
Billy Gems: Bryan Marshall
Paula: Kate Harper
Jerome: Rolf Saxon
Hilary: Timothy Carlton
Edward Stock: Richard Morant
Georgie: John Forgeham
Brad: Terry Cade
Director: Brian de Salvo
Harry/Executive producer: Vincent Marzello
Sharon: Alisa Bosschaert
Make-up girl: Clare Hudson
First assistant: Gareth Snook
Doctor: David Ashford
Reporters: David Squire
Reporters: David Charkham
Reporters: Roger Tebb
Paula's secretary: Emma Rogers
Barmaid: Helen Keating
Singer: Ricky Diamond
Pianist: Ken Jones

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