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Justice Game 2

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The Lady from Rome by John Brown.
Starring Denis Lawson Anita Zagaria Barbara Flynn
Rossi falls in love in Italy. But if his new girlfriend is so wonderful, why are all her friends being murdered?
Editor Bob Bathgate
Designer Alex Gourlay Photography Alex Scott
Producer Tom Kinninmont Director Moira Armstrong BBC Scotland t DENIS LAWSON 'S KIND OF DAY: page 98
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Contributors

Unknown: John Brown.
Unknown: Denis Lawson
Unknown: Anita Zagaria
Unknown: Barbara Flynn
Editor: Bob Bathgate
Designer: Alex Gourlay
Unknown: Alex Scott
Producer: Tom Kinninmont
Director: Moira Armstrong
Unknown: Denis Lawson
Dominic Rossi: Denis Lawson
Francesca: Anita Zagaria
Eleanor: Barbara Flynn
Alistair: Paul Brooke
Det Insp Ballantyne: Ken Hutchison
Gerry: Hilton McRae
Benny: Jake D'Arcy
Gerard: David McKay
Priest: Marino Mase
Assassin: Roberto Posse
Marco: Roberto Renna
Guilio: Girolamo Alchieri
Duccio: Lorenzo Piani
Cristaldi: Giancarlo Prete
Minister: Giacomo Piperno
Kim: Althea Duff
Rory: Jack Fortune
Signora Arcalli: Micaela Giustiniani
Sergio: Giuliano Gensini
Alison: Leigh Biagi
Paul: Nicholas Gilbrook
Mr Chen: Anthony Chin
Mr Wang: Eddie Yeoh
Sheriff: Anne Downie
Deputy Procurator Fiscal: Bill Denniston
Tommy: Martin Black
Clerk of Faculty: Robin Cameron

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