Money To Burn (Randall and Hopkirk Deceased) - Cast

Cast

  • Mike Pratt as Jeff Randall
  • Kenneth Cope as Marty Hopkirk
  • Annette Andre as Jeannie Hopkirk
  • Ivor Dean ... Inspector Large
  • Roger Avon ... Uniformed Policeman
  • Norman Beaton ... Policeman
  • Tom Bowman ... Security Man
  • Linda Cole ... Anne-Marie Benson
  • Roy Desmond ... Kevin O'Malley
  • John Glyn-Jones... Chemist
  • John Hughes ... Bank Worker
  • Richard Kerley ... Sgt. Hinds
  • Sue Lloyd ... Elizabeth Saxon
  • Olga Lowe... Angela Kendon
  • Don Vernon ... Choreographer

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