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Play for Today: Michael Regan


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by Robert Holles
[Starring] David Burke as Michael Regan, Charles Gray as Oxlade, Julian Glover as Wixon, Anna Calder-Marshall as Doreen

(Radio Times People: page 4)


Writer: Robert Holles
Fight Arranger: B.H. Harry
Film Cameraman: Peter Bartlett
Film Editor: Roger Waugh
Designer: Richard Henry
Producer: Irene Shubik
Director: John Gorrie
Michael Regan: David Burke
Oxlade: Charles Gray
Wixon: Julian Glover
Doreen: Anna Calder-Marshall
Gerard Frankiss: Peter Howell
Margery Frankiss: Joan Benham
Asst Chief-Con: Noel Johnson
Chief Supt: Geoffrey Palmer
Mrs Oxlade: Brenda Kaye
Bill Withey: Arthur Lovegrove
Pokey Allen: Michael Golden
Father MacNally: Leo McCabe
Solicitor: Anthony Woodruff
Henry Malyon: George Belbin
Derek Patterson: David Spenser
PC Willis: Robin Wentworth
Inspector Ekins: Richard Grant
Desk Sergeant: Alan Foss
First policeman: Roger Rowland
Second policeman: Brian Cant
Third policeman: Robin Browne
Probationer PC: Paul Greenhalgh
Sergeant Pritchard: Eric Mason
Waitress: Eileen Helsby
Katie: Catherine Bartlett
Jerry: Colin Bell
Jerry's girl: Barrie Shore
Jerry's mate: Alex Norton

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