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A science fiction serial by Victor Pemberton
In seven parts with Maurice Denham and -Roger Delgado 3: Analysis
On the instructions of the dominating Hugh Deverill a seismologist, Josef Gomez. has been called in to examine earth tremors in Kent; but people and animals have now been strangely affected.
Produced by JOHN TYDEMAN


Unknown: Victor Pemberton
Unknown: Maurice Denham
Unknown: Roger Delgado
Unknown: Hugh Deverill
Unknown: Josef Gomez.
Produced By: John Tydeman
Inspector Baxter: Geoffrey Matthews
Sorensen: Fraser Kerr
Dr Ken Richards: David Spenser
Professor Landers: Rolf Lefebvre
Hugh Deverill, m p: Maurice Denham
Josef Gomez: Roger Delcado
Professor Lippert: Allan McClelland
Anna Deverill: Marion Mathie
Nursing Sister: Eva Haddon
Janet Marshall: Elizabeth Proud
Nurse :: Patricia Leventon
R A F Corporal: Anthiny Hall
' Tug ' Wilson: Stephen Jack
Mrs Wilson: Miriam Marcolyes
A C 2 Gibbons: Nigel Graham

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