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"Crown Court" Hidden Scars: Part 1 (1974)

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Director:
Writer:
Nicholas Mander (writer)
Original Air Date:
16 January 1974 (Season 3, Episode 7)
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Cast

 (Episode Cast)
Joseph Berry ... Court Usher
Ann Castle ... Lady Virginia Cresswell
Richard Colson ... Clerk of Court
Stefan Gryff ... Iorgis Grayanotakis
Terrence Hardiman ... Stephen Harvesty

Maureen Lipman ... Sarah Lewis
William Mervyn ... Justice Campbell
Stephen Murray ... Sir Richard Cresswell
Morris Perry ... Henry Ince
Godfrey Quigley ... Peter Bateman
Liz Smith ... Mrs. Fowkes
Michael Turner ... Major James Fowkes
Peter Wheeler ... Court Reporter

Episode Crew
Directed by
Brian Mills 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Nicholas Mander  writer

Produced by
Quentin Lawrence .... producer
 
Music Department
Leos Janácek .... composer: title music "Sinfonietta" (uncredited)
Simon Park .... composer: end title theme "Distant Hills" (uncredited)
Cliff Twemlow .... composer: end title theme "Distant Hills" (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Susi Hush .... script editor
 
Series Cast
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John Barron ... Justice Mitchioner

Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
John Foster  9 episodes

Other crew
Jon Older .... floor manager (1980)
 

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