The Wednesday Play (1964–1970)
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The Last Train through Harecastle Tunnel 

A shy clerk suffers from his colleagues petty office politics and contemptuous treatment of him, but this weekend, as a deeply involved train spotter, the closing of an old tunnel is his ... See full summary »

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Richard O'Callaghan ...
Fowler
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Farquhar
Ian Reid ...
Smith
Robert Hartley ...
McCullow
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Corporal
Bill Lyons ...
Truculent
Laurie Asprey ...
Brian
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Blondie
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2nd Lt. Florence
Noel Dyson ...
Mrs. Dyson
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Megs
Victor Platt ...
Mr. Dyson
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Adam Coulson
Griffith Davies ...
Jackie Coulson
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Judge Grayson
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A shy clerk suffers from his colleagues petty office politics and contemptuous treatment of him, but this weekend, as a deeply involved train spotter, the closing of an old tunnel is his big adventure. On the way up, he encounters a well off couple with a daughter that hates them, and an Army Sergeant whose men hate him. The hotel he stays at is run by a fellow railway enthusiast, with a gay son that hates him, and he meets a famous signal designer with a daughter that hates him. Written by WesternOne

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1 October 1969 (UK)  »

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