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A series in 13 episodes, starring Michael Jayston as Quiller with Moray Watson
Valerie Murray , Stefan Kalipha and Clifton Jones , Lon Satton 6:Objective Caribbean
Quiller discovers a plan to seize power using the forces of voodoo.
Based on the character created byADAM HALL . Designer ROCHELLE SELWYN Script editor JOHN MAYNARD


Unknown: Michael Jayston
Unknown: Moray Watson
Unknown: Valerie Murray
Unknown: Stefan Kalipha
Unknown: Clifton Jones
Unknown: Lon Satton
Unknown: Moris Farhi
Unknown: Adam Hall
Designer: Rochelle Selwyn
Editor: John Maynard
Producer: Peter Graham Scott
Director: Michael Ferguson
Angus Kinloch: Moray Watson
Mathilda Smith: Valerie Murray
Joseph Field: Stefan Kalipha
Arnold Hollyoak: Clifton Jones
Jim Lane: Lon Satton
Bruce Gibbs: Tommy Eytle
Fr Emerson: Meredith Edwards
Reporter: Colin McCormacK
Charlie 1: Allister Bain
Charlie 2: Mark Heath
Charlie 3: Clarence Miller
Charlie 4: Bruce Callender
Sir Henry: Frank Singulneau
John Cornelius: Roy Stewart
Lloyd: Sam Mansaray
Trenchard: James Fuller

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