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Devil's Gate (2003)

Director: Stuart St. Paul

Writers: Stuart St. Paul; Trevor Todd

Composer: Mark Blackledge

Producers: Jean Heard; Stuart St. Paul

Keywords: Thriller

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Tom Bell
Actor
2-Aug-1933 4-Oct-2006 Prime Suspect
Callum Blue
Actor
19-Aug-1977   Mason on Dead Like Me
Laura Fraser
Actor
24-Jul-1976   Virtual Sexuality

CAST

Laura Fraser   ...   Rachael
Callum Blue   ...   Rafe
Luke Aikman   ...   Matt
Roger Ashton-Griffiths   ...   Eagle
with
Tom Bell   ...   Jake
Patrick Gordon   ...   Clem
Lynda Bellingham   ...   Marlene
Jean Heard   ...   Betty
James Kristian   ...   Bob
Ian Henderson   ...   Ferry Hand
Oliver Tait   ...   Tramp
Catriona Anderson   ...   Jane Crossman
Kim Barrie   ...   Surgeon
Richard Jack   ...   Male Nurse
Claire Gallagher   ...   2nd Nurse
Noel Ingram   ...   Pilot
Adrian Glover   ...   4x4 Driver
Wilbert Clark   ...   Ferry Crew
Ian Henry   ...   Ferry Crew
Alister Cooper   ...   Ferry Crew
Hamish Hunter   ...   Ferry Crew
Stuart Paul   ...   Postman
Stuart St. Paul   ...   Radio DJ
Andrea Gordon   ...   Young Girl
Marjolein Robertson   ...   Young Rachel
Jonathan Butler   ...   Young Rafe
Stephen Henry   ...   Viking Motorcyclist
Marsali Baxter   ...   Bar Person
Various and Sundry Vikings
Eddie Thompson   ...   Viking
Steven Laurenson   ...   Viking
Brae Squad   ...   Viking Squad
Bruce Leask   ...   Viking
Lerwick Jarl's Squad   ...   Viking Squad
Alistair Fullerton   ...   Viking
Scalloway Jarl's Squad   ...   Viking Squad
Residents of Shetland   ...   Viking Crowd
Julie Moncrieff   ...   Janey

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