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Screen Two: Hard Travelling

Synopsis

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by Hugh Stoddart
starring Suzanne Burden with Tom Bell, Jack Shepherd, Michael Gough.

Jessica's promising debut as a young artist is shattered by a sudden violent death. She escapes into a restless succession of journeys. Encounters on the way bring humour, some comfort, but also danger.

(Feature: page 10 and Films: page 19)

Contributors

Writer: Hugh Stoddart
Composer/Conductor: Julian Jacobson
Photography: Garry Morrison
Film Recordist: Gordon Forsyth
Film Editor: Graham Walker
Designer: David McKenzie
Producer: Andree Molyneux
Director: Colin Gregg
Jessica Meredith: Suzanne Burden
Frank Meredith: Tom Bell
Alistair: Nicholas Le Prevost
Elizabeth: Sarah Berger
Edward: Cuve Mantle
David Meredith: Paul Mooney
'Idaho man': Hal Jeayes
Harry: Jack Shepherd
First student: Milo Bell
Second student: Evelyn Pont
Third student: Ian Bolt
Gill: Elizabeth Bell
Wally: Denis Carey
Ticket clerk: Gordon Salkilld
Jessica's mother: Colette O'Neil
Gordon: Perry Benson
Tony: Eamon Boland
First clerk: Brian Osborne
Second clerk: Edward Clayton
Jessica as a child: Jessie Walker-Stewart
Rachel: Michele Copsey
John: Christian Burgess
Peter: Michael Gough






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