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"Lillie" Fifty Cents a Dance (1978)

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Writers:
John Gorrie (written by)
Mike Smith (based on an idea by)
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TV Series:
Original Air Date:
17 December 1978 (Season 1, Episode 13)
Plot:
Lillie grieves over Bertie's death. Jeanne still holds the past against Lillie and refuses to see her... See more » | Add synopsis »

Cast

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Francesca Annis ... Lillie

John Castle ... Prince Louis of Battenberg
Ann Firbank ... Queen Alexandra
James Warwick ... Hugo de Bathe
Adam Bareham ... Clement Le Breton

Joanna David ... Jeanne Marie
Paul Herzberg ... Louis D'Albani
Penelope Lee ... Lady de Grey
David King ... Sydney Grundy

Paul Gregory ... Ian Malcolm
Freda Dowie ... Mathilde Peat
David Allister ... Edward Michael
Keith Varnier ... King George V
Jill Simcox ... Queen Mary
Michelle Magorian ... Cicely Courtneidge (as Mikki Magorian)
Patrick Marley ... Somerset Maugham
Elizabeth Power ... Ellen Terry
Michael Walker ... Angelo
Carmen Silvera ... Mrs. Van Schuyler
Jessica Spencer ... The Baroness
Adam Richardson ... Victor Malcolm
Timandra Alwyn ... Mary Malcolm
Robert Lister ... Robert
Lynn Clayton ... Daisy Harrison
Neville Barber ... Doctor
Geoffrey Colville ... Vicar of Kentford
Peggy Aitchison ... Lady Stallholder
Pauline Minear ... Companion (as Pauline Menear)
George Belbin ... Colonel
Frank Tregear ... Stage Door Keeper
Ray Marioni ... Croupier
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Episode Crew
Writing credits
John Gorrie (written by)

Mike Smith (based on an idea by)

James Brough (novel "The Prince and The Lily")

Produced by
Tony Wharmby .... executive producer
Jack Williams .... producer
 
Original Music by
Joseph Horovitz (original music by)
 
Production Design by
Bryan Bagge 
Richard Dunn 
Roger Hall 
 
Sound Department
Nigel Holmes .... boom operator (uncredited)
 

Series Crew
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Film Editing by
Guy Crump 
Richard Key 
 
Casting by
Anthony Arnell 
 
Art Direction by
James Dillon 
 
Makeup Department
Lynda Bayne .... makeup artist
Pauline Green .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Myra Hersh .... production manager
Mike McLoughlin .... production manager
 
Art Department
Terry Griffiths .... graphics
Rosy Guest .... graphics
Philip Meninsky .... artist: drawings of Lillie in the style of Frank Miles
 
Sound Department
Don Chapman .... sound supervisor
Bill Cross .... sound
Paul Faraday .... sound supervisor
Keith Green .... sound supervisor
Alan Mills .... sound
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Derek Doe .... senior camera operator
Mike Humphreys .... camera operator
Colin Innes-Hopkins .... lighting director
Glen Jennings .... vision controller
Barry Noakes .... camera operator
Frank Parker .... vision controller
Tony Russell .... still photographer
Ian Stanley .... senior camera operator
Bert Wilkins .... lighting director
Frank Baber .... supervising electrician (uncredited)
 
Editorial Department
Michael Elliott .... vision mixer
Anne Gurney .... vision mixer
 
Other crew
Lees Borland .... stage manager
David Butler .... series developer
Eric Cooper .... floor manager
Hillary Coote .... researcher
Bill Hetterley .... stage manager
Pat Morgan .... production assistant
Jill Powell .... production assistant
Lee Rowe .... program associate
Geraldine Stephenson .... choreographer
Alan Woolfson .... location supervisor
 
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