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"Barnaby Rudge" Episode #1.11 (1960)

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Charles Dickens (novel)
Michael Voysey (adaptation)
Original Air Date:
9 December 1960 (Season 1, Episode 11)
The rioters loot The Maypole, but Hugh saves Mr. Willett; they go on to attack Haredale's home. Willett sees a ghost. Haredale finds his house burned and Emma and Dolly missing; he seizes Rudge in the ruins. Barnaby is jailed. | Add synopsis »


 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

John Wood ... Barnaby Rudge

Esmond Knight ... Dennis
Neil McCarthy ... Hugh

Timothy Bateson ... Simon Tappertit
Richard Wordsworth ... Mr. Gashford
Arthur Brough ... John Willet
John Atkinson ... Phil Parkes
Tony Sympson ... Tom Cobb
John Gill ... Solomon Daisy
Eira Heath ... Emma Haredale
Jennifer Daniel ... Dolly Varden
Anthony Sharp ... Lord George Gordon
Norman Pierce ... John Grueby
Larry Burns ... Townsman
Peter Williams ... Mr. Haredale
Nigel Arkwright ... The Stranger
Neil Wilson ... Sergeant
Barry Steele ... Corporal
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
John Barrett ... Toll-keeper (uncredited)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Morris Barry 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Charles Dickens  novel
Michael Voysey  adaptation

Produced by
Douglas Allen .... producer
Film Editing by
James Colina 
Production Design by
Stephen Bundy 
Makeup Department
Tommie Manderson .... makeup supervisor (as Tommy Manderson)
Camera and Electrical Department
Hugh Wilson .... film camera
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Sheila Glassford .... costume supervisor

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