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by Charlie Humphreys.
'Who do any of you Beales think you are?'
This week's cast: [see below]
Records 'Something outta nothing?' 12RESL 203 'Every loser wins' RESL 204
(Ceefax subtitles)


Writer: Charlie Humphreys
Title Music: Simon May
Title Music: Leslie Osborne
Series Designer: Keith Harris
Series Script Editor: Tony Holland
Producer: Julia Smith
Director: Mike Lloyd
Angie Watts: Anita Dobson
Mr Grant: Graeme Eton
Sharon Watts: Letitia Dean
Pat Wicks: Pam St Clement
Simon Wicks: Nick Berry
Pete Beale: Peter Dean
Kathy: Gillian Taylforth
Ian Beale: Adam Woodyatt
Lou Beale: Anna Wing
Pauline Fowler: Wendy Richard
Arthur Fowler: Bill Treacher
Colin Russell: Michael Cashman
Dr Legg: Leonard Fenton
Carmel Roberts: Judith Jacobs
James Willmott-Brown: William Boyde
Tom Clements: Donald Tandy
Debbie Wilkins: Shirley Cheriton
Naima Jeffery: Shreela Ghosh
Mary Smith: Linda Davidson
Harry Reynolds: Gareth Potter
Kelvin Carpenter: Paul J. Medford
Eddie Hunter: Simon Henderson
Hannah Carpenter: Sally Sagoe
Tony Carpenter: Oscar James
Mehmet Osman: Haluk Bilginer
Ali Osman: Nejdet Salih
Sue Osman: Sandy Ratcliff
Stallholder: Ron Tarr
Chinese man: Chua Kahjoo
Justine: Alisa Bosschaert
Delivery man: Sidney Kean

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