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Thirteen Against Fate: Trapped (S1EP2 BBC One 26 Jun 1966, Ronald Lewis)



Trapped: “…an assemblage of typical French characters all subtly and truly delineated. The plays are so thoroughly and carefully set in their time and place that the atmosphere generated becomes a powerful element in their appeal.” (The Guardian)

Ronald Lewis (Monneville), Keith Buckley (Louis Bert), Sylvia Coleridge (Constance Ropiquet), Tenniel Evans (Judge), Viola Keats (Madame Bert), Michael Lees (Bouteille), Mary Webster (Loulou Mazzone), John Barrard (Detective Mine), Carla Challoner (Niuta), Donald Eccles (Parpin), Geoffrey Cheshire (Jean), Joan Mane (Shop Assistant), Gladys Bacon (Barmaid), Lionel Wheeler (Clerk of the Court), Hugh Evans (Gendarme), Derek Martin (Gendarme)

Writer: Julia Jones / Director: George Spenton-Foster

Airdate: 26 Jun 1966 on BBC One

Series: Thirteen Against Fate Season 1 Episode 2

Show Info: An anthology series of crime dramas all which came from short stories by French writer Georges Simenon. The series aired on BBC One from 19 June – 11 September 1966.