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The Collectors

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A ten-part drama series starring
1: Diversions by EWART ALEXANDER
Harry Caines sails his yacht into the small port of Wrelling. He can see the Custom House on the quay where he's taking up his new appointment as surveyor - the boss. He has yet to meet his team, but he believes the innovations and efficiency he is determined to bring about will not be popular with them. A real challenge - and perhaps a little more.
Music composed by GRAHAME MACLEAN
Series created by EWART ALEXANDER Script editor JOAN CLARK
Designer TOM YARDLEY JONES Producer GERAINT MORRIS Director MARC MILLER
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Contributors

Unknown: Ewart Alexander
Unknown: Harry Caines
Composed By: Grahame MacLean
Unknown: Ewart Alexander
Editor: Joan Clark
Designer: Tom Yardley Jones
Producer: Geraint Morris
Director: Marc Miller
Harry Caines: Peter McEnery
Tom Gibbons: Michael Billington
Alyson Bentley: Lois Butlin
Calvin Sampson: Jack McKenzie
Nigel Markham: Robert Burbage
Bruce Tomlin: William Whymper
Sue Gibbons: Karen Drury
Charles Thieron: Pierre Vaneck
Jack Langley: Roy Purcell
Helen Langley: Jennifer Daniel
John Bryce: Leonard Kavanagh
John Arthur Benson: Gareth Milne
Rolex passenger: Paul Gale
Nigerian passenger: Ayo Akinbami
German passenger: Gillian Webb

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