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The Moonstone: 2


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The second of a two-part adaptation of Wilkie Collins's classic detective novel.
Starring Greg Wise, Antony Sher, Patricia Hodge, Keeley Hawes.
The moonstone continues to haunt all those who have touched it but Franklin Blake is determined to solve the mystery of the Verinder household and, in doing so, win back Rachel's affections.
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Author: Wilkie Collins
Franklin Blake: Greg Wise
Sergeant Cuff: Antony Sher
Lady Julia Verinder: Patricia Hodge
Rachel Verinder: Keeley Hawes
Gabriel Betteredge: Peter Vaughan
Rosanna Spearman: Lesley Sharp
Dr Candy: Paul Brooke
Godfrey Ablewhite: Scott Handy
Ezra Jennings: Anton Lesser
Colonel Sir John Herncastle: Terrence Hardiman
Drusilla Clack: Kacey Ainsworth
Samuel: Nicholas Lane
Penelope: Rachel Lumberg
Indian: Surinder Duhra
Constable Seegrave: Roger Walker
Mrs Yolland: Janet Henfrey
Limping Lucy: Elizabeth Berrington
Mr Bruff: Peter Jeffrey
Gooseberry: Anthony Cumber
Septimus Luker: Bob Bernard
Spy: Carl Forgione
Landlord: Andy Devine

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