Talking To Strange Men (ITV 1992, John Duttine, Mel Martin)

In thriller Talking To Strange Men, after his wife walks out on him John Creevey finds himself caught up in a bizarre mystery. A very young Keeley Hawes has a small role in this.

production details
UK / ITV Network – Meridian – Blue Heaven / 1×120 minute episodes /Broadcast 27 December 1992

Writer: Julian Bond / Novel: Ruth Rendell / Director: John Gorrie

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John Duttine as John Creevey
Mel Martin as Jennifer Creevey
Robert Jones as Charles Mabledene
Nicholas Haley as Mungo Cameron
Alistair Haley as Patrick Crawshaw
Jonathan Bancroft as Nigel Hobhouse
Justin Chadwick as Gavin
Ralph Brown as Peter Mullin
Sara Griffiths as Penelope
Trevor Cooper as Detective Chief Inspector Fordwych
Abigail McKern as Detective Constable Susan Aubrey
Adrian Ross-Magenty as Angus Cameron
Elspeth Charlton as Doctor Lucy Cameron
Keeley Hawes as Sarah Mabledene
Miles Anderson as Mark Simms
Richard Williams as Graham O’Neill
Corrin Helliwell as Les
Josephine Clarke as Sharon
Harmage Singh Kalirai as Sikh
Basil Moss as Doctor Fergus Cameron
Susan Tracy as Gloria Mabledene
Geoffrey Greenhill as Vic

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