Crime of Passion: Camille (ITV 15 Jun 1971, with Ann Bell)



Crime of Passion Camille

In Camille, the opening episode of the second season of Crime of Passion, a young woman (the Camille of the title) has found herself on trial accused of the murder of her lover who had decided to get married to another woman.

Each of the episodes of the series were titled after the man or woman accused of a Crime of Passion. The week’s TV Times also had a three page feature on series creator Ted Willis, the material was excerpted from an early draft of the second volume of his autobiography.

production details
UK / ITV – ATV / 1×50 minute episode / Broadcast Tuesday 15 June 1971 at 9.00pm

Writer: Ted Willis / Production Design: Michael Eve / Director: Ian Fordyce

Series: Crime of Passion Season 2 Episode 1

John Phillips as Maitre Lacan
Anthony Newlands as President of Court
Daniel Moynihan as Maitre Savel
Ann Bell as Camille
John Barcroft as Baptiste
Peter Birrel as Marcel
Carol Mauray as Jeanette
Barbara New as Mme Clair
Anne Jameson as 1st Wardress
Nicolette Roeg as 2nd Wardress
Gil Sutherland as Reporter
Peter Needham as Robert Louis Masson
Peter Evans as Clerk of the Court

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