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Fall of Eagles: The Last Tsar

on BBC One London

by John Elliot
Starring Gayle Hunnicutt, Charles Kay, Barry Foster, Freddie Jones, Patrick Stewart, Lynn Farleigh, Ursula Howells, David Collings

Nicholas: "I intend to maintain the principle of absolute autocracy, as firmly as my dear father."
Witte: "Then your Imperial Highness will have to rely on miracles."

Fall of Eagles, 95p, from bookshops
Gayle force: page 4

Contributors

Writer:
John Elliot
Costumes:
Robin Fraser Paye
Inceidental Music:
Kenneth Platts
Designer:
Chris Pemsel
Producer:
Stuart Burge
Director:
Bill Hays
Alexander III:
Tony Jay
Witte:
Freddie Jones
Nicholas:
Charles Kay
Kschessinska:
Jan Francis
Milyukov:
David Collings
Cousin Serge:
John Nightingale
Constantin:
Howard Rawlinson
Singer:
Leila Hart
Ulyanov (Lenin):
Patrick Stewart
Nadezhda Krupskaya:
Lynn Farleigh
Wahl:
Denzil Ellis
Young Nicholas:
John Sanderson
Marie:
Ursula Howells
Alexandra:
Gayle Hunnicutt
Uncle Serge:
Robert Brown
Ella:
Isla Blair
Queen Victoria:
Mavis Edwards
Wilhelm:
Barry Foster
Father John:
Kevin Stoney
Narrator:
Michael Hordern

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