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Jon Finch , Sarah Brackett in Out of Mind by DAVID CULLEN
Mary, visiting a village where she stayed as a child, finds that the woman who used to look after her, Hannah Webley , is now regarded as a witch by the superstitious villagers and Mary herself is soon caught up in the ensuing witch hunt
Cast in order of appearance
Series created by TONY WILLIAMSON Designer IAN RAWNSLEY
Script editor DAVID ROLFE


Unknown: Jon Finch
Unknown: Sarah Brackett
Unknown: David Cullen
Story By: Patricia Hooker
Unknown: Hannah Webley
Unknown: Tony Williamson
Designer: Ian Rawnsley
Editor: David Rolfe
Producer: Patrick Alexander
Directed By: Henri Safran
Sammy: Robert Langley
Sammy's friend: Alexander Ruddick
Hannah Webley: Hllary Mason
Mary: Sarah Brackett
Harry Carter: Michael Beint
Villager: Alan Dudley
Simon: Jon Finch
Control: Katie Fitzroy
John Rossiter: Patrick Bedford
PC Brookfield: Howard Goorney
Jerry Randall: Freddie Earlle
Chief of Control: Edward Brayshaw

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