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starring Patrick Allen in And All the King's Men by MICHAEL J. BIRD with Hannah Gordon
Robin Bailey , Peter Bowles Hugh Cross , Rio Fanning
William Lucas , Tom Watson
Brett's freedom, though he doesn'know it, depends on a piece of costume jewellery, a coffin and an assassin.


Unknown: Patrick Allen
Unknown: Michael J. Bird
Unknown: Hannah Gordon
Unknown: Robin Bailey
Unknown: Peter Bowles
Unknown: Hugh Cross
Unknown: Rio Fanning
Unknown: William Lucas
Unknown: Tom Watson
Unknown: Derek Glynne
Unknown: Compton Bennett
Editor: John Maynard
Designer: Daphne Shortman
Producer: Royston Morley
Director: David Cunliffe
Halloran: Arnold Peters
Rogers ,: Hugh Cross
Wilson: Tom Watson
Brunel: Robin Bailey
Francoise: Hannah Gordon
Saxby: Peter Bowles
Duffy: Rio Fanning
Peters: Anthony Roye
Brett: Patrick Allen
Major Nicholson: William Lucas
Riordan: John Challis
Mourner: Sheelah Wilcocks
Cassidy: Robert Bernal
Nurse: Erika Simmons
Sentry: Raymond Farrell
Doctor: John Devaut
Judge: Christopher Banks
Ted, a prisoner: James Ottaway
First Prison Officer: Murray Hayne
Second Prison Officer: Michael Spice
LoiS: Jean McFarlane
Frank, Brett's chauffeur: Lee Rushton
Priest: Peter Stephens
Undertaker: Eric Dodson

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