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Time of Her Life (19-May-2005)

Director: Steven M. Smith

Writer: Steven M. Smith

Music by: Barry A. E. Covell

Producer: Steven M. Smith

Keywords: Drama, Ghost

CAST

Laura Penneycard   ...   Ally / Catherine
Geoff Shaw   ...   Emmett / Steven
Colin Bower   ...   Peter
Robert Pheby   ...   The Duke
David Farrington   ...   Smith
Jeremy Hill   ...   McCormack
Dominic Fowler   ...   Jeff
Nicole Freeman-Wright   ...   Lisa
Paul Agar   ...   Gary
Karen Slater   ...   Beth
Debra Sales-Tiffin   ...   Tour Guide
Father Richard Seabrook   ...   Himself
Emma Westell   ...   Prof. Andrews
Brian McDevitt   ...   Younger Gardener
David Horton   ...   Doctor
Gemma Robinson   ...   Library Assistant
Kate Leigh Edward   ...   Younger Tour Guide
Steven M. Smith   ...   Servant
Ben Nagle   ...   Skateboarder
J. D. Joseph   ...   Mr. Williams
Other Cast Members
Anna Kostalovra   ...   Passer-By
Jo Smith   ...   Passer-By
Mark Jones   ...   Person Outside Library
Aura Linnapuomi   ...   Person Outside Library
Rebecka Ottosson   ...   Person Outside Library
Jerry Joseph   ...   Couple at Hylands
Jenny Joseph   ...   Couple at Hylands
Steven M. Smith   ...   Tour Group
Carey J. Hawkins   ...   Tour Group
Abbie-Lee Baisden   ...   Tour Group
Imogen Blower   ...   Tour Group
Kay Baisden   ...   Tour Group
Jackie Blower   ...   Tour Group
Mickey Durden   ...   Tour Group
Alex Moore   ...   Tour Group

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