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Australian Cinema: Crosstalk

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continues a major season of films new to television, tonight starring Gary Day , Penny Downie
Following a suspicious car accident, computer expert Ed Ballinger is confined by his mysterious employers to a luxury apartment. He continues his search for the reasons behind the malfunction of a new 'super computer'. Gradually the computer's 'intelligence' grows and Ballinger discovers it has witnessed a murder ...
Screenplay by LINDA LANE and MARK EGERTON Produced by ERROL SULLIVAN
Directed by MARK EGERTON. Films: page 18 (First showing on British television)

Contributors

Unknown: Gary Day
Unknown: Ed Ballinger
Unknown: Linda Lane
Unknown: Mark Egerton
Produced By: Errol Sullivan
Directed By: Mark Egerton.
Ed Ballinger: Gary Day
Cindy: Penny Downie
Whitehead: Brian McDermott
Hollister: Peter Collingwood
Jane: Kim Deacon
Mrs Stollier: Jill Forster
Stollier: John Ewart
Clair: Judith Woodroffe

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Australian Cinema: Crosstalk

BBC Two England, 15 April 1984 22.05






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