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Detective: Dishonoured Bones

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Rupert Davies as Maigret introduces Martin Cotterell played by Alan Dobie in John Trench's Dishonoured Bones
Adapted and produced by David Goddard.

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Contributors

Author: John Trench
Adapter/producer: David Goddard
Detective theme music composed by: John Addison
Incidental music: Max Harris
Script editor: Max Marquis
Assistant: John Gould
Designer: Evan Hercules
Director: Michael Hayes
Maigret (Introduction): Rupert Davies
Charlotte Revel: Judi Dench
Charles Garnish: Francis Matthews
Henry Revel: Peter Gill
Isobel Vitrey: Patricia English
John Rose: Aubrey Morris
General Revel: Ernest Hare
Girl student: Elizabeth Bell
Martin Cotterell: Alan Dobie
Boy student: Jeremy Conway
Dr Cardmaker: Christopher Banks
Mrs Revel: Marian Spencer
Workman: Arthur Pentelow
Sergeant Few: Peter Halliday
Gammer Samways: Edna Petrie
Actree: Gerald C. Lawson
Will Samways: David Garfield
Tony Garnish: Geoffrey Chater
Footman: Ivor Ellis
Nurse: Tina Matthews
P.C. Kendal: Robert Croudace

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Detective: Dishonoured Bones

BBC One London, 4 May 1964 21.40






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