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Dial M for Murder: Dead Connection


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by Roger Longrigg
Starring John Gregson, Suzanne Neve
Detective Superintendent Price enlists the help of an attractive young widow. But two murderers are at the end of a telephone.


Writer: Roger Longrigg
Lighting: Robert Wright
Designer: Derek Dodd
Producer: Jordan Lawrence
Director: Jonathan Alwyn
Det-Supt Price: John Gregson
Anna Gordon: Suzanne Neve
Conrad: John Savident
Julian: Tim Morand
Christopher: Richard Cornish
George: James Marcus
Ronnie: Dave Ellison
Telephone engineer: Alfred Maron
Inspector: Brian Vaughan
Police Doctor: John Quarmby
Detective: Ian Stirling
Sergeant Maclean: Peter Hawkins
Hotel clerk: Terry Bale
Vince Harrison: Bruce Boa
Taxi driver: Michael Stainton
Telephonist: Melanie Jane

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Dial M for Murder: Dead Connection

BBC One London, 1 July 1974 21.25

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