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Passport to Freedom 

Alan's wife, Sarah, inherits a million pounds....

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Alan B'Stard
Rowena Cooper ...
Norman Bormann (as R.R. Cooper)
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Sarah B'Stard
Vivien Heilbron ...
Beatrice Protheroe
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Piers Fletcher-Dervish
Nick Stringer ...
Crippen
Serena Gordon ...
Victoria
Brigitte Kahn ...
Ground Hostess
David Simeon ...
P.C. Austin
John Carlin ...
House of Commons Speaker
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Conservative Minister
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B'stard's wife Sarah inherits a quarter of a million pounds worth of shares in Ocelot motors, which will allow her to file for divorce though B'stard wants her to stay with him as her father is an influential Tory bigwig. Thus he forges a letter from the Prime Miniter to the head of Ocelot motors urging him to cut the workers' wages and then leaks this to Labour MP Bob Crippen, who calls the workers out on strike. As a result the shares lose their value overnight and Sarah is forced to stay with her husband. Written by don @ minifie-1

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20 September 1987 (UK)  »

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The station (Bramall) at which Piers is seen, is in real life Knaresborough station, on the Harrogate line in North Yorkshire, England. See more »

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