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A Tale of Two Cities

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by CHARLES DICKENS
The last of eight episodes dramatised by PIETER HARDING starring and Darnay has been released from prison, only to be re-arrested through the vengeful zeal of Madame Defarge. He has been found guilty on Manette's written denunciation of the Evremonde family and condemned to death.
Fight arranger TERRY FORRESTAL
Music composed and conducted by PAUL READE
Script editor ALISTAIR BELL Designer MARTIN COLLINS Producer BARRY LETTS
Directed by MICHAEL E. BRIANT

Contributors

Unknown: Pieter Harding
Unknown: Madame Defarge.
Unknown: Terry Forrestal
Conducted By: Paul Reade
Editor: Alistair Bell
Designer: Martin Collins
Producer: Barry Letts
Directed By: Michael E. Briant
Charles Darnay and Sydney Carton: Paul Shelley
Mr Lorry: Nigel Stock
Dr Manette: Ralph Michael
Miss Pross: Vivien Merchant
John Barsad: David Collings
Lucie: Sally Osborn
Madame Defarge: Judy Parfitt
Defarge: Stephen Yardley
First jailer: Harry Fielder
Seamstress: Emma Stephenson
Jacques three: Eric Mason
Jerry Cruncher: Peter Cleall
Second jailer: Terry Curry
Barrier official: Peter Farmer
Old woman: Vie Delmar-Emerson

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