UK / BBC-1 / 1×75 minute episode / Broadcast 5 March 1969
Writer: Nigel Kneale / Producer: Graeme McDonald / Director: William Slater
Series: The Wednesday Play / Season 5 Episode 21
Drama. A young yob suffers remorse and shame after taking part in the vicious attack of a bank cashier.
Clive Revill as Walter Trapnell
Pauline Delany as May Trapnell
Robert Powell as Arkie
Neil Johnston as Mike
Charles Bolton as Scanlan
Jeremy Ranchev as Clem
Patrick Westwood as Ted Parsloe
Amy Mitchell as Barmaid
John Dunbar as Customer in Pub
Pierre Bedenes as Pongo
Richard Pescud as Mike’s Father
Pat Beckett as Arkie’s Mother
Susan Porrett as Carol Trapnell
Robert James as Doctor Gossard
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