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Huntingtower: Part 1


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by John Buchan
Dramatised in six parts by Edward Boyd
A Russian princess. A retired Scots grocer. An English poet. A mysterious motorcyclist. Some very villainous villains and six Glasgow urchins called the Gorbals Diehards. What brings them all to Huntingtower?
BBC Scotland
Preview, page 27


Author: John Buchan
Dramatised by: Edward Boyd
Designer: Walter Miller
Producer: Pharic MacLaren
Director: Bob Hird
Dickson McCunn: Paul Curran
John Heritage: Peter Settelen
Mrs Morran: Jean Taylor Smith
James Loudon: Andrew Faulds
Saskia: Emma Jacobs
Quentin Kennedy: David Robb
Alexis: Shane Briant
Eugenie: Isabella Telezynska
Dougal: Iain Andrew
Tammas Yownie: John Keenan
Spidel: Tutte Lemkow
Wee Jaikie: Eric Cullen
Dobson: Liam O'Callaghan
Leon: Stanley Lebor
Mackintosh: Moultrie R. Kelsall
Peter Paterson: Alan Hunt
Napoleon: Iain Stewart
Old Bill: Neil Crossan
Barman: W.H.D. Joss
Tinker: Bill Armour
Tinker: Jake D'Arcy
Tinker: James Kennedy
Tinker: Hans Mater

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