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John Halifax, Gentleman

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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.
by MRS CRAIK: dramatised in five parts by JACK RONDER
John is happily married to Ursula and his reputation has continued to grow. But financial reward has not come his way, and Ursula's guardian has refused to hand over the money her father left her, a refusal they now accept as final. And, then, their first child, Muriel, is born blind. Part 3:
Script editor ALISTAIR BELL Make-Up HEATHER STEWART Designer CHRISTINE RUSCOE Producer JOHN MCRAE
Director TRISTAN DE VERE COLE

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Ronder
Editor: Alistair Bell
Unknown: Heather Stewart
Designer: Christine Ruscoe
Producer: John McRae
John Halifax: Robert Coleby
Guy as boy: Toby Bridge
Edwina as boy: Joshua Le Touzel
Ursula: Gwen Taylor
Muriel: Chloe Franks
Phineas: Tony Calvin
Lord Luxmore: Richard Mathews
William Ravenel: Phillip Hinton
Lady Caroline: Barbara Shelley
Sir Ralph: Neal Arden
Brithwood: Malcolm Terris
Herbert Oldtower: Peter Clay
Jacob Baines: Forbes Collins
Thomas Browne: Antony Webb

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John Halifax, Gentleman

BBC One London, 3 February 1974 17.15






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