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The Rainbow Warrior Conspiracy

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Second in a two-part dramatisation from New Zealand of the events and political intrigue that led to one of the most controversial uses of State-inspired terrorism. Starring
A ship lies helpless in Auckland Harbour and a man is dead in the aftermath of the atrocity. The New
Zealand authorities pursue the bombers, uncovering an incredible series of errors by one of the world's most effective intelligence services.
Written by DAVID PHILLIPS Directed by CHRIS THOMSON

Contributors

Written By: David Phillips
Directed By: Chris Thomson
Neil Travers: Brad Davis
Stuart Irvine: Jack Thompson
Jenny Cullen: Mary Regan
Dominique Prieur: Louise Lapare
Alain Mafart: Germaine Houde
Det Sgt Terry Batchelor: Bruno Lawrence
Dillais: Peter Carroll
Curry: Gary Day
Christine: Rosemary Blundo
Velche: Alex Menglet
Andreuc: Sam Kushe
Berthelo: Gilbere Gassin
Manignet: Guy Thauvette
Hendrick: Justin Monjo
Dulton: Jeff Thomas
Galbraith: Robert Willcox
Shirley: Andrea Cunningham

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The Rainbow Warrior Conspiracy

BBC Two England, 11 June 1989 19.15






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