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The Whistle Blower (29-May-1987)

Director: Simon Langton

Writer: Julian Bond

From novel: The Whistle Blower by John Hale

Music Composed and Conducted by: John Scott

Producer: Geoffrey Reeve

Keywords: Thriller, Espionage

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Michael Caine
14-Mar-1933   Get Carter
James Fox
19-May-1939   A Passage to India
John Gielgud
14-Apr-1904 21-May-2000 Prospero's Books
Nigel Havers
6-Nov-1949   Chariots of Fire
Gordon Jackson
19-Dec-1923 15-Jan-1990 Butler on Upstairs, Downstairs


Michael Caine   ...   Frank
James Fox   ...   Lord
Nigel Havers   ...   Bob
Felicity Dean   ...   Cynthia
John Gielgud   ...   Sir Adrian Chapple
Kenneth Colley   ...   Pickett
Gordon Jackson   ...   Bruce
David Langton   ...   Government Minister
Barry Foster   ...   Greig
Dinah Stabb   ...   Rose
James Simmons   ...   Mark
Katherine Reeve   ...   Tiffany
Bill Wallis   ...   Dodgson
Trevor Cooper   ...   Insp. Bourne
Peter Miles   ...   Stephen Kedge
Susan Porrett   ...   Security Officer
Gregory Floy   ...   Coroner's Officer
Joe Dunlop   ...   Policeman
Arturo Venegas   ...   Alex
Peter Mackriel   ...   Flecker
Doyle Richmond   ...   American Interrogator
Carmel Cryan   ...   Frank's Secretary
Renny Krupinkski   ...   Contact Prisoner
Ralph Nossek   ...   The Make-up Man
Andrew Bradford   ...   Prison Officer
David Shaughnessy   ...   Medical Officer
Patrick Holt   ...   Irate Driver
Julian Battersby   ...   Doctor
John Gill   ...   Clergyman
David Telfer   ...   Ticket Collector
Sevilla Delofski   ...   Russian Woman


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