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The Expert

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A series in six episodes starring Marius Goring with Virginia Stride
Noel Johnson , Richard Hurndall 1: Second Appeal by N. J. CRISP
' My job is to And the truth which scientific facts dictate. It is for others to make judgments.'
Producer ANDREW OSBORN Director GERARD GLAISTER

Contributors

Unknown: Marius Goring
Unknown: Noel Johnson
Unknown: Richard Hurndall
Unknown: N. J. Crisp
Producer: Andrew Osborn
Director: Gerard Glaister
Professor Hardy: Marius Goring
Susan Bartlett: Virginia Stride
Foreman: Phil Ryan
Price: Jeremy Sinden
Dr Worsley: Noel Johnson
Farnham: Roger Ostime
Dr Varney: Paul Chapman
Mrs Lawson: Marjorie Sommerville
Judge: Richard Hurndall
Brading: John Forbes Robertson

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