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Blake's Seven


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The seventh of 13 episodes Assassin by ROD BEACHAM starring
Paul Darrow , Jacqueline Pearce Michael Keating , Steven Pacey Josette Simon , Glynis Barber with Betty Marsden , Richard Hurndall
Avon and his companions become the target for the most feared professional killer in the known galaxy.
Series created by TERRY NATION MUSIC by DUDLEY SIMPSON Producer VERE LORRIMER inrector DAVID SULLIVAN PROUDFOOT * Subtitles on Ceefax page 170


Unknown: Paul Darrow
Unknown: Jacqueline Pearce
Unknown: Michael Keating
Unknown: Steven Pacey
Unknown: Josette Simon
Unknown: Glynis Barber
Unknown: Betty Marsden
Unknown: Richard Hurndall
Unknown: Dudley Simpson
Producer: Vere Lorrimer
Unknown: David Sullivan Proudfoot
Avon: Paul Darrow
Servalan,: Jacqueline Pearce
Vila: Michael Keating
Tarrant: Steven Pacey
Dayna: Josette Simon
Soolin: Glynis Barber
Orac: Peter Tuddenham
Verlis: Betty Marsden
Nebrox: Richard Hurndall
Piri: Caroline Holdaway
Cancer: John Wyman
Benos: Peter Attard
Tok: Adam Blackwood
Servalan's captain: Mark Barratt

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