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Pinkerton's Progress

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A series of six episodes by CHARLES MCKEOWN
2: Pinkerton fails to create a non-smokers' common room for Flax, but otherwise manages to maintain the peace by discovering that Davies and Renfrew have been lying to Miss Shilling about their marital statuses.
Music arranged by RONNIE HAZLEHURST Designer JAN SPOCZYNSKI
Produced and directed by GARETH GWENLAN

Contributors

Unknown: Charles McKeown
Arranged By: Ronnie Hazlehurst
Designer: Jan Spoczynski
Directed By: Gareth Gwenlan
Pinkerton: Geoffrey Whitehead
Bursar: Paul Hardwick
Beech: Derek Francis
Flax: Alan Parnaby
Miss Shilling: Eleanor Bron
Hudson: Ralph Watson
Davies: Clive Merrison
Clifford: Andrew Robertson
Renfrew: Michael Elwyn
Headmaster: Derek Farr

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Pinkerton's Progress

BBC Two England, 25 May 1983 21.00






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