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An eight-part series created by ROY CLARKE starring and Pulaski and 2: The Price of Fame by ANDREW PAYNE
When Larry is confined to Halesworth Hall Health
Farm to 'rest his liver', his involvement with one of the other guests has unforeseen consequences for the series.
Pulaski theme performed by THE SHADOWS
Produced by PAUL KNIGHT


Unknown: Roy Clarke
Unknown: Andrew Payne
Unknown: Brian Bennett
Unknown: David Whitson
Editor: Martin Sharpe
Designer: John Stout
Produced By: Paul Knight
Directed By: Gerry Poulson
Larry Summers: David Andrews
Kate Smith and Briggsy: Caroline Langrishe
Gordon Bridges: Anthony Valentine
Paula: Kate Harper
Jerome: Rolf Saxon
Hilary: Timothy Carlton
Cherry Hart: Claire Parker
Tarquin Taylor: Neil Morrissey
Harry: Mark Greenstreet
Dudley Fielding: Anthony Head
Brad: Terry Cade
Director: Brian de Salvo
Julian: Geoffrey Bateman
Kevin: Daniel Peacock
Willy: Clive Panto
Young actress: Susie Ann Watkins
Ingrid: Debbie Stevens
Health farm manager: Christopher Gray
Pub manager: Roger Walker
Doctor: James Woolley
Guests at health farm: Jane Booth
Guests at health farm: Alexandra Dane
Reporters: Patrick Murray
Reporters: . Max Cane
TV interviewer: Gordon Honeycombe
TV presenter: Peter Woods

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