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The Three Hostages (TV series)

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The Three Hostages
GenreHistorical thriller
Written byJohn Buchan (novel)
Directed byJulian Amyes
StarringPatrick Barr
Peter Rendall
Jill Melford
No. of episodes6 episodes
Production
ProducerIan Atkins
Release
Original networkBBC
Original release1952 (1952)

The Three Hostages was a British television series which aired on the BBC in 1952. It was an adaptation of the 1924 novel The Three Hostages by John Buchan featuring his character Richard Hannay who is played by Patrick Barr. It consisted of six 30 minutes episodes.[1] The BBC adapted the story again in 1977 as a film The Three Hostages with Barry Foster as Hannay. The series is missing, believed lost.[2]

Main cast

  • Patrick Barr ... Sir Richard Hannay (6 episodes)
  • Peter Rendall ... Lord Mercot (6 episodes)
  • Jill Melford ... Adela Victor (6 episodes)
  • Robert Scroggins ... David Warcliff (6 episodes)
  • Carla Lehmann ... Lady Mary Hannay (5 episodes)
  • Stuart Douglass ... Sgt. Flemyng (5 episodes)
  • Alan Gordon ... The Thin Grey Man (5 episodes)
  • John Byron ... Dominick Medina (5 episodes)
  • John Laurie ... Insp. MacGillivray (4 episodes)
  • Raymond Young ... Marquis de la Tour du Pin (4 episodes)
  • Michael Gwynn ... Sandy Arbuthnot (4 episodes, 1952)
  • Danny Green ... Odell (4 episodes)
  • Olga Dickie ... Madame Breda (4 episodes)
  • Maurice Bannister ... Julian / ... (3 episodes)
  • Pamela Barnard ... Elsie Outhwaite / ... (3 episodes)
  • Arthur Lawrence ... Archie Roylance (3 episodes)

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