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Doom Castle


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Dramatised in six parts by TOM WRIGHT with and 4: Although Count Victor has failed to find Drimdarroch, he has at last met Baron Lamond's daughter, Olivia. Sim MacTaggart suspects him of being involved in a plot to rescue James Stewart and a further raid on the castle leaves him at the mercy of an unexpected adversary.
Fight arranger DEREK WARE


Unknown: Tom Wright
Unknown: James Stewart
Unknown: Derek Ware
Designers: Helen Rae
Producer: Pharic MacLaren
Directed By: Peter Moffatt
Count Victor: Ian Saynor
Baron Lamond: Victor Carin
Sim MacTaggart: Paul Young
Duke of Argyll: Robert James
Mungo: Freddie Earlle
Olivia: Valerie Fyfer
PetUllO: Angus Lennie
Kate Petullo: Juliet Cadzow
MacCallum: Derek Anders
First bailie: Ron Paterson
Second bailie: Campbell Godley
Landlord: Ronald Muirhead

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