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The Maltese Double Cross (1994)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 16 November 1994 (UK)
An investigation into the crash of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland.

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Martin Cadman ...
Himself - Father of William Cadman
William Barr ...
US Attorney General 1991 (archive footage)
Innes Graham ...
Himself - Scottish Farmer
Jim Swire ...
Himself - Father of Victim (as Dr. Jim Swire)
Jane Swire ...
Herself - Mother of Victim
Charles Price ...
Himself - US Ambassador to UK
Linda Forsyth ...
Herself - Pan Am Heathrow Ground Hostess
Jim Berwick ...
Himself - Pan Am London Security
George Stobbs ...
Himself - Lockerbie Police Inspector
Tam Dalyell ...
Himself - UK Member of Parliament (as Tam Dalywell)
David Fieldhouse ...
Himself - Police Surgeon (as Dr. david Fieldhouse)
David Ben-Aryheah ...
Himself - Journalist
Andrew Albert Christian Edward ...
Himself - HRH Prince Andrew (archive footage)
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Herself - UK Prime Minister (archive footage)
Eric Spofforth ...
Himself - Volunteer Searcher

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An investigation into the crash of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland.

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End credits start with this card: "In memory of those who died on Pan Am flight 103 / and for the people of Lockerbie who mourned and picked up the pieces. / And to those of the Scottish police who tried to discover the truth. / They are the innocents in this story." See more »

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