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The Aphrodite Inheritance


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A serial in eight episodes Written by MICHAEL J. BIRD starring
Peter McEnery and Alexandra Bastedo with Brian Blessed , Stefan Gryff
Paul Maxwell , Godfrey James Tony Doyle
7 : The Eyes of Love
Preece is badly shaken by the things Hellman tells him. He realises he still has a long way to go to achieve his ends.
Collier again meets Helene. Unsuspecting they wander into a situation of great danger.
Cast in order of appearance
Serial created bv MICHAEL J. BIRD
Music composed by GEORGE KOTSONIS
Film editors TARIQ ANWAR , BERNARD ASHBY Designer JON pusey Producer
Theme tune (RESL 62), from record shops


Unknown: Peter McEnery
Unknown: Alexandra Bastedo
Unknown: Brian Blessed
Unknown: Stefan Gryff
Unknown: Paul Maxwell
Unknown: Godfrey James
Unknown: Tony Doyle
Composed By: George Kotsonis
Editors: Tariq Anwar
Editors: Bernard Ashby
Unknown: Andrew Osborn
Martin Preece: Tony Doyle
Hellman: Paul Maxwell
David Collier: Peter McEnery
Inspector Dimas: Godfrey James
Professor Stylianou: Georgios Zenios
Travis: Karl Held
Olsen: Ray Jewers
Charalambos: Stefan Gryff
Basileos: Brian Blessed
Helene: Alexandra Bastedo

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The Aphrodite Inheritance

BBC One London, 14 February 1979 20.05

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