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One by One

Synopsis

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 series often programmes based on the Zoo Vet books by DAVID TAYLOR
8: A Dying Breedby FREDA KELSALL starring with and Turner and Reilly are offered three leopards from Benito's
Circus, but the authorities are suspicious. Four leopards were imported. Where is the fourth?
Music composed by MICHAEL OMER Script editor CHRISTOPHER PENFOLD Designer RAYMOND LANGHORN Produced by BILL SELLARS
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Contributors

Unknown: David Taylor
Unknown: Freda Kelsall
Composed By: Michael Omer
Editor: Christopher Penfold
Designer: Raymond Langhorn
Produced By: Bill Sellars
Donald Turner: Rob Heyland
Paddy Reilly: James Ellis
Ethel Ledbetter: Sonia Graham
Jock Drummond: Andrew Robertson
Liz Collier: Christina Nagy
Haslam: Tenniel Evans
Ben Friedhofer: John Phillips
Erskine Bruce: Andrew Keir
Stella: Patsy Rowlands
Mrs Harcourt: Georgina Melville
Alexander Duncan: Leon Sinden
Gred Lanyon: David Barron
Benito: Stefan Gryff
John Barrett: Michael Wynne
Viv Elliott: Madelaine Adams

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