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Lord of Misrule

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Comedy drama starring
Richard Wilson
Prunella Scales
When the former Lord Chancellor finds himself in need of money he writes an explosive autobiography full of scandal and threatens to sell it to the tabloids. See today's choices.
Lord Healey HIMSELF
Written and directed by Guy Jenkin ; Producer
JlmmyMulville Stereo * Greatest of sleaze: page 6

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Wilson
Unknown: Prunella Scales
Directed By: Guy Jenkin
Bill Webster: Richard Wilson
Shirley: Prunella Scales
Ethel: Patricia Hayes
Emma: Emily Mortimer
Prime Minister: James Fleet
Arthur: Clive Russell
Derek: Jeff Rawle
Oily: Stephen Moyer
MISman: Angus Deayton
Minister of Defence: Martin Clunes
Editor: Andy Hamilton
Janie: Rosemary Martin
Dad: Jimmy Gardner
Tim: Brian Bovell
Dr Amy Clarke.: Lisa Palfrey
DeGlanvllle: Pete Sullivan
Peter Webster: William Hoyland
Thugs: Marks Palding
Thugs: Andy Linden
MI5 woman: Laura Davenport
Cornish policeman: Rob Brydon
Secretary: Rachel Smith
Director: Briony Glassco
Old lady: Helena McCarthy
London policeman: Andrew Barrow
Antler man: Mark Benton
Boy with bike: William Arnold

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