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Weir of Hermiston

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A serial in four parts based on the unfinished novel by ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON dramatised by TOM WRIGHT starring
David Rintoul , David Dundas and Virginia Stark
Archie's love for Christina has been discovered by his aunt and his guest Frank Innes. The affair has brought Archie, once again, into collision with his father.
Part 3
Designer ARCHIE CLARK
Producer PHARIC MACLAREN Director TINA WAKERELL BBC Scotland

Contributors

Novel By: Robert Louis Stevenson
Dramatised By: Tom Wright
Unknown: David Rintoul
Unknown: David Dundas
Unknown: Virginia Stark
Unknown: Frank Innes.
Designer: Archie Clark
Producer: Pharic MacLaren
Director: Tina Wakerell
Lord Weir, with: Tom Fleming
Edith Macarthur,: Leonard Maguire
Adam Weir: Tom Fleming
Archie Weir: David Rintoul
Lord Glenalmond: Leonard Maguire
Christina Eiliott: Virginia Stark
Kirstie Elliott: Edith MacArthur
Frank Innes: David Dundas
Maid: Sally Kinghorn
Hob Elliott: Tom Watson
Dand Elliott: Paul Young
Mrs Elliott: Mary Riggans
Clem Elliott: Michael Elder
Gib Elliott: John Shedden
Pringle: Michael Bruce
Hay: Martin Black
Dr GOW: Simon Lack
Sheriff Walker: Bryden Murdoch

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