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Thorndyke: Percival Bland's Brother


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Based on a story by R. Austin Freeman.
Dramatised by Robert Banks Stewart.
[Starring] Peter Copley, Paul Williamson, Patrick Newell
Guest stars, Jack May, Stephanie Bidmead


Author: R. Austin Freeman
Dramatised by: Robert Banks Stewart
Film Cameraman: Charles Lagus
Film Editor: Roy Watts
Music composed by: Albert Elms
Script Editor: K. Levison
Designer: Sally Hulke
Producer: John Robins
Director: John Gorrie
Percival Bland: Jack May
Doorkeeper: Ernest Borrow
Cloakroom girl: Faith Curtis
Kathy: Stephanie Bidmead
Sergeant Major: Henry Kay
Quilter: John Law
Stalker: David Nettheim
Dr. Thorndyke: Peter Copley
Polton: Patrick Newell
Dr. Jervis: Paul Williamson
Mrs. Brattle: Hilda Fenemore
Porter: Reginald Barratt
Brattle: Edwin Brown
Fire Chief: Michael Beint
Coroner: Vernon Dobtcheff
Croupier: John Frawley

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Thorndyke: Percival Bland's Brother

BBC One London, 31 October 1964 21.25

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