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The Sign of Four (29-Nov-1987)

Director: Peter Hammond

Writer: John Hawkesworth

From novel: The Sign of Four by Arthur Conan Doyle

Music Composed by: Patrick Gowers

Producer: June Wyndham Davies

Keywords: Mystery

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jeremy Brett
Actor
3-Nov-1933 12-Sep-1995 The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
Edward Hardwicke
Actor
7-Aug-1932 16-May-2011 Capt. Pat Grant on Colditz
Jenny Seagrove
Actor
4-Jul-1957   Jo Mills on Judge John Deed
John Thaw
Actor
3-Jan-1942 21-Feb-2002 Inspector Morse

CAST

Jeremy Brett   ...   Sherlock Holmes
Edward Hardwicke   ...   Dr. John Watson
with
Jenny Seagrove   ...   Miss Mary Morstan
Ronald Lacey   ...   Thaddeus and Bartholomew Sholto
Emrys James   ...   Insp. Athelney Jones
and
John Thaw   ...   Jonathan Small
Robin Hunter   ...   Maj. Sholto
Alf Joint   ...   McMurdo
Kiran Shah   ...   Tonga
Rosalie Williams   ...   Mrs. Hudson
Derek Deadman   ...   Williams
Ishaq Bux   ...   Lal Chowder
Terence Skelton   ...   Capt. Morstan
Marjorie Sudell   ...   Mrs. Bernstone
Gordon Gostelow   ...   Sherman
Lila Kaye   ...   Mrs. Mordecai Smith
William Ash   ...   Jack Smith
Courtenay Roper-Knight   ...   Wiggins
Tommy Wright   ...   Boatyard Workman
Dave Atkins   ...   Mordecai Smith
Badi Uzzaman   ...   Kartar Singh
Renu Setna   ...   Achmet
Ravinder Singh Reyatt   ...   Jagodish Singh

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