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DETECTIVE

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A crime series
This week:
investigates the case of The Golden Dart
Also starring
JOHN STRIDE
JOHN LAURIE
ANDREW FAULDS
Cast in order of appearance:
Gonzalez ANDREW FAULDS
Script editor, Anthea Browne-Wilkinson Designer, Raymond London
Producer, VERITY LAMBERT
Directed by JAMES CELLAN JONES
John Stride is a National Theatre player
The strange launch which sails into Commodore Gill's private creek brings to both him and his daughter a feeling of foreboding. Apparently unaware that they are observed, the visitors come and go.
Is this a part of the Commodore's smuggling activities which he wishes to conceal? Is it, perhaps, some legacy of his past life bringing with it threat and danger? Or is it something more sinister unconnected except by accident with the life of Marsh House?
Eve Gill decides to take practical steps and find out. In so doing she becomes involved in danger and tragedy.

Contributors

Unknown: John Stride
Unknown: John Laurie
Unknown: Andrew Faulds
Unknown: Gonzalez Andrew Faulds
Editor: Anthea Browne-Wilkinson
Producer: Verity Lambert
Directed By: James Cellan Jones
Directed By: John Stride
SELWYN JEPSON'S Eve Gill: Penelope Horner
Jones: Angus MacKay
Hooker: Michael Wynne
Eve Gill: Penelope Horner
Jonathan: Anthony Corlan
Commodore Gill: John Laurie
George Wick: Allan McClelland
Billy Bull: Frank Middlemass
Sophie: Veronica Hurst
James Belsin: John Stride
Boosie: Charles Hodgson
John: Maurice Quick
Phoebe: Iona MacRae
Jessie: Patricia Mason
Mrs Garside: Kitty Attwood

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