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presents Jack of Diamonds
A lighthearted thriller in six parts filmed entirely on location starring Dick Emery and written by JOHN AND STEVEN SINGER
2:Colonelof theNuts featuring Tony Selby , John Cater Glynn Edwards
Private eye Bernle Weinstock continues his enquiries into the whereabouts of a large quantity of missing diamonds. Unbeknown to him his efforts are being closely monitored by both the underworld and the CID.
Incidental music RONNIE hazlehurst
Film cameraman REX MAIDMENT
Sound recordist JIM MCALISTER Film editor MIKE JACKSON Designer ANTONY THORPE
* subtitles on Ceefax page 170


Unknown: Dick Emery
Unknown: Steven Singer
Unknown: Tony Selby
Unknown: Bernle Weinstock
Unknown: Jim McAlister
Editor: Mike Jackson
Producer: Stuart Allen
Res: Glynn Edwards
Nofman: Tony Selby
Det Set Frisby: Patrick Waldron
Jasmme: -Lucienne Camille
Oliver ,: Christopher Bramwell
Sharon: Rosie Collins
Micky Jordan: Bill Stewart
Station sergeant: Cyril Appleton
PC Jackson: Philip Chiij>s
Handcuffed man: Peter Bex
Polo match: Steward-Anthony Dawes
Fnxwell: Tohn Cater
BSweinstock/Det inspector Dearlove/Cyril Blackmanl Northern woman/ Colonel Edgerton: Dick Emery

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