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Little Sir Nicholas


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3: Young Nicholas returns to Cornwall to reclaim his title but cannot feel at home there.
Original novel by CECIUA ANNE JONES Adapted by DAVID BENEDICTUS Film editor SUSAN SPIVEY Photography JOHN ELSE


Novel By: Ceciua Anne Jones
Adapted By: David Benedictus
Editor: Susan Spivey
Unknown: John Else
Designer: Humphrey Jaeger
Produced By: Richard Callanan
Directed By: Andrew Morgan
Sir Nicholas Tremaine: Max Beazley
Gerald Tremaine: Jonathan Norris
Margaret Tremaine: Louisa Haigh
Lady Tremaine: Rachel Gurney
Mrs Tremaine: Bernice Stegers
William Randle: Christopher Viixiers
Apted: Julian Fellowes
Robinson: Jack Watson
Bootle: Philip Whitchurch
Dulcie: Cathy Shipton
Mere Annette: Jenny McCracken
Lucie: Olivia Gillan
Joe Snell: David Rickard
Tom Austen: Julian Paull
Peggy Austen: Emma Hunt

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