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The Poisoning of Charles Bravo

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Last of three plays by KEN TAYLOR Public Exposure
1876: Charles Bravo 's mysterious death is headline news and the spotlight focuses on Florence, Mrs Cox and Dr Gully by turn.
Bravo for Bravo (DAILY MAIL) Producer MARK SHIVAS
Director JOHN GLENISTER

Contributors

Unknown: Ken Taylor
Unknown: Charles Bravo
Unknown: Mrs Cox
Director: John Glenister
Florence: Maureen O'Brien
Mrs Cox: Freda Dowie
Charles Bravo: Paul Darrow
Dr Gully: Robert Harris
Mr Lewis: Gary Watson
Sir Henry James: Geoffrey Palmer
Mr Gorst: Geoffrey Chater
Mrs Anne Campbell: Peggy Ann Wood
Griffiths: Milton Johns
Serjeant Parry: Roger Hammond
Mr Joseph Bravo: Geoffrey Edwards
Coroner: Will Moore
Mary Ann: Vivienne Moore
Professor Redwood: John Woodnutt
Treasury Solicitor: Michael Mulcaster
Reporter: Tony Hughes
Comic juryman: George Ballantine
Stringer: Peter Thornton
John Atkinson: Laurence Carter
Mr Murphy: Peter Hughes
Serious juryman: John Gay
Foreman of the jury: Ronald Russell

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The Poisoning of Charles Bravo

BBC Two England, 1 June 1977 21.25






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