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Nancy Astor

Synopsis

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A serial in nine parts by DEREK MARLOWE
3: Mr and Mrs Shaw Nancy
and Robert Shaw now live on a large estate near Boston, leading a grand social life which Nancy finds increasingly shallow and purposeless. With marital happiness eluding her, Nancy adopts a desperate course of action.
Music STANLEY MYERS
Studio lighting HOWARD KING Make-up SYLVIA THORNTON Designer TIM HARVEY
Producer PHILIP HINCHCLIFFE Director RICHARD STROUD

Contributors

Unknown: Derek Marlowe
Unknown: Shaw Nancy
Unknown: Robert Shaw
Music: Stanley Myers
Unknown: Howard King
Unknown: Sylvia Thornton
Designer: Tim Harvey
Producer: Philip Hinchcliffe
Director: Richard Stroud
Nancy: Lisa Harrow
Chillie Langhorne: Dan O'Herlihy
Nanaire Langhorne: Sylvia Syms
Robert Gould Shaw: Pierce Brosnan
Phyllis Langhorne: Lise Hilboldt
Groom: Richard Trent
Butler: Jay Neill
Emma: Natalie Caron
Singer: Giselle Wolf
Freddie: Jeff Harding
Barman: Alan Polonsky
Mary Convers: Lynn Farleigh
The Rev Neve: Neil McCarthy
Waiter: Kerry Shale
Lucy: Victoria Burgoyne
Man at Lucy's: Gareth Milne
Driver: Michael John Paliotti
Station sweeper: Major Wiley
Nurse: Susan Shrand
Irene: Lillian Silverstone
Dana Gibson: Dallas Adams
Harry: William Hope
Desk clerk: Jon Glover
Simmons: Billy J Mitchell
Quincy Shaw: Robert Arden
Sam: Erick Ray Evans
Stationmaster: Edmond Bennett






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