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"Prisoner" Episode #1.104 (1980)

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George Mallaby (writer)
Dave Worthington (storyline)
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Original Air Date:
15 April 1980 (Season 1, Episode 104)


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Episode Crew
Directed by
Gary Conway 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Patrick Amer  script editor
George Mallaby  writer
Margaret McClusky  storyline
Dave Worthington  storyline

Produced by
Philip East .... producer
Camera and Electrical Department
Stuart De Young .... lighting director

Series Crew
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Cinematography by
Graeme Sutcliffe 
Film Editing by
Brenda Driscoll 
Set Decoration by
Wayne Wilcox 
Costume Design by
Kim Sharp 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Pippa Sugg .... assistant director
Art Department
Ray Palin .... props
Sound Department
David Shellard .... sound
Special Effects by
Vivienne Rushbrook .... special effects
Phil Brock .... stunt driver (as Phillip Brock)
Mark Hennessy .... stunt double
Arthur Hoadley .... stunts
Maureen Jones .... stunt double
Arch Roberts .... stunts (as Archie Roberts)
Anthea Roordink .... stunts
Glenn Ruehland .... stunt driver
Lana Williams .... stunt double: Rita
Other crew
Susan Nichols .... assistant to director
Jenny Sharp .... assistant to director

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