Levkas Man (1981– )

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 Paul Gerrard
Ann Michelle ...
 Nicola
Marius Goring ...
 Dr. Pieter Gerrard
Takis Emmanuel
Cyril Luckham
Kenneth Cope
Diana Körner
Ferdy Mayne
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Despo Diamantidou ...
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Richard Terry ...
 Alec Cartwright (1981)
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A Lost series that needs re-visiting
9 May 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

What has happened to this series which I saw when it was first aired? From a novel by Hammond Innes and a fine script by Peter Yeldham it seems to have disappeared without trace. Hammond Innes' novels may not currently be fashionable but this a good story and a good production led by the incomparable Marius Goring. Interestingly this was an Australian/German co-production and does seem to have been shot on location - presumably in Greece where the book's action is set. It is interesting that another Innes novel - Golden Soak - was also jointly produced by Australian and German backers - presumably there was an interest in his books in Germany at that time. Surely Levkas Man is worth a DVD publication but in the meantime does anyone out there have a copy? I have been searching for this for many years.


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