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Title: CUMBERNAULD HIT
Reference number: 4294
Director: d. Murray Grigor
Sponsor: Cumbernauld Development Corporation
Production company: Viz Ltd.
Running time: [45.30 mins]
A James-Bond type fiction film about an evil woman's plans to 'hi-jack' the New Town of Cumbernauld.
screenplay by Edward Boyd
Liana Fenella Fielding; Wutz John Rapley; Chack Mel Taylor; Sal Michael Crane; Peters Valerie Fyfer, Gordon Michael Elder; Harry Campbell Godley; Swish Mark Lewis; Cruickshank Ian Haliburton; police sergeant Patrick Lewsley; police constable Denis Agnew; police inspector Ronald Muirhead; postman Harry Glass; milkman Joel McCluskey; wolf cubs Michael Higson, Christopher Higson; Septus Ron Patterson; Octo Jim Haldane; Centurion Malcolm McIlwraith
sketch by Brian Miller for the Cumbernauld Cottage Theatre
members of the Cumbernauld Development Corporation as themselves
ph. Edward McConnell; assistant Michael Coulter
film processing by Studio Film Laboratories;
sd.rec. Ian Leslie; assistant John Butcher;
sd. mixing by De Lane Lea;
p. manager Iain Smith;
ass.d. Jon Schorstein;
props George Gray;
titles Donald Holwill;
wardrobe Nadia Arthur; assistant Christine Scott
make-up Cathy Shirley
Fenella Fielding's costumes courtesy of House of Fraser
leatherwear by Joe MacDonald
m. Bobby Heatley
p. David McCowan Hill
'Liana' sung by 'The Odd Couple'
engineer Calum Malcolm
recorded at Castle Sound Studios
ed. Patrick Higson
Shotlist: A James-Bond type fiction film about an evil woman's plans to 'hi-jack' the New Town of Cumbernauld (43.30 minsc)
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