Paul Temple (1969–1971)
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In a library in Edinburgh, Scotland, a man waits until the librarian leaves, then goes to the shelf with all the Paul Temple books, and tears out the pages. The next day, it makes all the ... See full synopsis »

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Paul Temple
Ros Drinkwater ...
Steve Temple
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Elaine Baillie ...
Hippy
Joanna Cooper ...
Janice
Andrew Crawford ...
Gerald Moffatt
Philip Dunbar ...
Hippy
Marilyn Fidjohn ...
Hippy
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Peerie Elliott
James Gibson ...
Elderly Man
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David Moffatt
Dean Harris ...
Hippy
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Jenny Abbott
Simon Lack ...
Agnew
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Librarian
Don McKillop ...
Reception Clerk
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In a library in Edinburgh, Scotland, a man waits until the librarian leaves, then goes to the shelf with all the Paul Temple books, and tears out the pages. The next day, it makes all the press. Steve, who is going up to Edinburgh, as coincidence would have it, asks Paul to come with her, and he does so.

When they check into their hotel, the clerk calls someone and says, "They're here."

Someone calls Paul, and asks to meet him. It turns out to be a reporter who wants to follow Paul around. They meet in a pub. The reporter has a friend named David Moffatt. A long haired hippie comes in. The friend punches him in the stomach - the barkeep throws the hippie out, calling him a troublemaker.

In the commune, the hippie mounts the steps and meets a girl who wants him to fix a sewing machine. He says he'll do it later.

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1 September 1971 (UK)  »

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