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The Scarlet Tunic (12-Jun-1998)

Director: Stuart St. Paul

Writers: Mark Jenkins; Colin Clements; Stuart St. Paul

From short story: The Melancholy Hussar by Thomas Hardy

Music by: John Scott

Producers: Daniel Figuero; Zygi Kamasa

Keywords: Romantic Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jean-Marc Barr
Actor
27-Sep-1960   Europa
Simon Callow
Actor
13-Jun-1949   British theatre actor

CAST

Jean-Marc Barr   ...   Matthaus Singer
Emma Fielding   ...   Frances Groves
Simon Callow   ...   Capt. Fairfax
Jack Shepherd   ...   Dr. Edward Grove
John Sessions   ...   Humphrey Gould
Lynda Bellingham   ...   Emily Marlowe
Thomas Lockyer   ...   Christoph Singer
Andrew Tiernan   ...   Muller
Gareth Hale   ...   William Parsons
Lisa Faulkner   ...   Amy Parsons
Roger May   ...   Fridon
Laura Aikman   ...   Dotty Marlowe
Erich Redman   ...   Strasser
Jean Heard   ...   Lizzie
Tom McCabe   ...   Officer Hubbard
Philip Keenan   ...   Bone
Nick Prideaux   ...   Fisherman
Mark Sugden   ...   Hussar Officer
Charlotte LeMoignan   ...   Christophine
Helen Henessey   ...   Maid 1
Evie Fenton   ...   Maid 2
Eva Harvey   ...   Maid 3
George Withers   ...   Gardener 1
John Samways   ...   Gardener 2
Katrina Verdon-Roe   ...   Bar Girl 1
Amy Elton   ...   Bar Girl 2
Capt. Paul Viollet   ...   Messenger
Stephen Blogg   ...   Cook (Army)

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