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The Ghost of Mary Burnham 

Economist John Burnham is due to become the next head of the International Monetary Fund and he has progressive ideas which certain Communist agents do not want to see put into play so they... See full summary »

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Jason King
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Rosemary Nicols ...
Dennis Alaba Peters ...
Sir Curtis Seretse
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John Burnham
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Mary Burnham
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Drayton
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Dr. Grant
Weston Gavin ...
Novack
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Miss Bronson
Ron Pember ...
Taxi Driver
Ellis Dale ...
The Priest
Suzanne Vasey ...
Telephone Operator
Gustav Henry ...
Young Boy
Michelle Karlli ...
The Nurse (as Michelle Karli)
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Economist John Burnham is due to become the next head of the International Monetary Fund and he has progressive ideas which certain Communist agents do not want to see put into play so they shoot his wife Mary in front of him. However Burnham keeps repeatedly seeing Mary ,though it is assumed that he is going mad,which is what his enemies have set out to achieve in order to discredit him and his work and harm the Western economy. Department 'S' are called in and soon discover that there is an impostor impersonating Mary. Written by don @ minifie-1

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18 February 1970 (UK)  »

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Annabelle Hurst: I've done some research.
Stewart Sullivan: On what?
Annabelle Hurst: Ghosts. 22 % of the people in this country believe that ghosts exist.
Stewart Sullivan: You must be joking.
Annabelle Hurst: I'm not. There were 106 recorded apparitions in England last year. I couldn't get he figures for America, but they're probably higher.
Stewart Sullivan: What have you been reading, "Hamlet"?
Annabelle Hurst: I'm just telling you, that's all.
Stewart Sullivan: If 22% of the people believe in ghosts, then 22% of the people are fools!
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