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The Justice Game

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We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
by JOHN BROWN , series devised by PETER BROUGHAN
Third of four episodes.
Rossi's determination to prove the Sadowski connection summons up a ghost from the distant past - and the search for Brian Ash ends in a moment of truth.
Designer ALEX GOURLAY
Film editor JOHN MACDONNELL Film cameraman ALEX SCOTT
Music ROGER LIMB . SIMPLE MINDS Producer PETER BROUGHAN Director NORMAN STONE BBC Scotland
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Contributors

Unknown: John Brown
Unknown: Peter Broughan
Unknown: Brian Ash
Designer: Alex Gourlay
Editor: John MacDonnell
Unknown: Alex Scott
Music: Roger Limb
Producer: Peter Broughan
Director: Norman Stone
Dominic Rossi: Denis Lawson
Kate Fielding: Diana Quick
Tim Forsythe: Michael Kitchen
Sir James Crichton: Joss Ackland
Glen: James Cosmo
Gillian Forsythe: Lorna Heilbron
Brian Ash: Michael Culver
Derek Crawford: Paul Young
Alex Patterson: Ron Donachie
Bobby Dewar: Kenneth Bryans
Jack Flynn: Iain Cuthbertson
Alistair Sinclair Murray: Paul Brooke
Gerry Cowan: Hilton McRae
Caroline Jarvis: Celia Imrie
Mrs Carter: Dorothy Paul
Shona: Jacqueline Gilbride
Benny: Jake Darcy
Sheriff: Brown Derby
Clerk of Court: James Martin

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