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Dan Dare


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Pilot of the Future
The last of four parts dramatised by Nick McCarty. Battle Stations
The Treens are preparing to attack the gentle Therons. with Vincent Brimble ,
Tara Dominick , Andrew Downer ,
Elizabeth Mansfield , Dale Rapley and Danny Schiller Music Wilfredo Acosta
Director Glyn Dearman. Stereo


Dramatised By: Nick McCarty.
Unknown: Vincent Brimble
Unknown: Tara Dominick
Unknown: Andrew Downer
Unknown: Elizabeth Mansfield
Unknown: Dale Rapley
Unknown: Danny Schiller
Music: Wilfredo Acosta
Director: Glyn Dearman.
Dan Dare: Mick Ford
Sir Hubert: Terence Alexander
Digby: Donald Gee
Professor Peabody: Zelah Clarke
Hank: William Roberts
Pierre: Sean Barrett
Mekon: Richard Pearce
Sondar: David Goudge
Dapon: David King
Ur Tag: Brian Miller
Kalon: John Moffatt
Aunt Anastasia: Margaret Courtenay

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