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"Armchair Theatre" The Ship That Couldn't Stop (1961)

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Original Air Date:
2 July 1961 (Season 4, Episode 36)
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Plot:
A ship powered by a nuclear reactor, is heading for the port of New York and is unable to slow down. | Add synopsis »

Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)
Scott Forbes ... Roman
Frank Pettingell ... Commodore Grant
Donald Churchill ... Michael Holland
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ian Anderson ... Engineer
Michael Balfour ... Mr. Bollanger
Norman Bowler ... Wainwright
Madeleine Burgess ... Mrs. Bollanger

Michael Caine ... Helmsman
John Collin ... Sullivan
Graham Corry ... Engineer
Jemma Hyde ... Ann Shields
Richard Klee ... Steward
Peter Sinclair ... Chief Engineer
Philip Stone ... Sir Ronald Caterham
Tony Veale ... Engineer
Harry Webster ... Anderson

Episode Crew
Directed by
Alan Cooke 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Christopher Hodder-Williams  writer

Produced by
Sydney Newman .... producer
 
Production Design by
Assheton Gorton 
 
Music Department
Robert Farnon .... composer: theme music "Proscenium" (uncredited)
 

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60 min
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