Iain Cuthbertson Michael Gambon , Edith Macarthur in The Terror of the March by MARTIN WORTH
Guest stars Norman Rossington Robert Cartland , Bill Henderson James Cairncross
Cessford cannon is the H-bomb of its time, but when the cannon comes to rest at the bottom of the Slitrig loch the outlaws of Liddesdale don't know whether to cheer or cry.
Series created by BILL CRAIG Designer GUTHRIE HUTTON
Script editor MARTIN WORTH
Associate producer MICHAEL GLYNN Producer ANTHONY COBURN
Directed by KEN HANNAM
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Tonight's film in this season of outstanding films of the past ten years from the movie capital stars Peter Ustinov , Sandra Dee
John Gavin , Akim Tamiroff
The small state of Concordia finds itself at the centre of an international dispute between America and Russia. Peter Ustinov - who produced and directed this film version of his own stage success for Universal in 1961 - plays the General, Concordia's delegate to the UN, who resolves the crisis through a romantic and diplomatic strategy.
Written, produced and directed by PETER USTINOV
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