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Screen Two: Honest, Decent and True

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We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
A film by LES BLAIR
The launch of Chaser lager could be big for KFS if Alun shows some commitment; if
Mike's lifestyle doesn't catch up with him; if the rest of the team concern themselves more with the product's image and less with their own - they might just have a winner on their hands. and OWEN BRENMAN
LEONARD WEBSTER Designer jim CLAY
Film editor SUE WYATT
Photography JOHN MCGLASHAN Produced by GRAHAM BENSON Directed by LES blair
0 FEATURE: page 4 and FILMS: page 27

Contributors

Unknown: Owen Brenman
Unknown: Leonard Webster
Designer: Jim Clay
Editor: Sue Wyatt
Unknown: John McGlashan
Produced By: Graham Benson
Mike Selby: Derrick O'Connor
Patsy: Yvonne French
Lucinda Campbell-Croft: Lyndsay Russell
Prish Holt: Arabella Weir
Graham Lance: Tony Portacio
Scott Golding: Rupert Baker
Alun Pickersgill: Adrian Edmondson
Davina Fraser: Juuette Mole
Moonee Livingstone: Richard E. Grant
James Fletcher: Thomas Wheatley
Mrs Paxton: Jill Cary
Derek Bates: Gary Oldman
Caroline: Auson Neil
Commercial director: Ian Sharp

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Screen Two: Honest, Decent and True

BBC Two England, 9 February 1986 22.15






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