Crown Court

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  • Genre(s): Drama
  • Release year: 1972
Crown Court is a television courtroom drama produced by Granada Television for the ITV network which ran from 1972, when the Crown Court system replaced Assize courts and Quarter sessions in the legal system of England and Wales, to 1984. read more

Crown Court is a television courtroom drama produced by Granada Television for the ITV network which ran from 1972, when the Crown Court system replaced Assize courts and Quarter sessions in the legal system of England and Wales, to 1984. It was transmitted in the early afternoon.

Original Release

10/11/1972

Directors

Gerry Mill, Laurence Moody, Bob Hird, Brian Mills, Philip Draycott, Stephen Butcher, Oliver Horsbrugh, Gareth Morgan, Peter Plummer, Roger Tucker, Brian Parker, Ken Grieve, Bill Gilmour, Voytek, Carol Wilks, Anthea Browne-Wilkinson, Mark Cullingham, Roland Joffe, Matthew Robinson, Alan Bromly, Eugene Ferguson, Bill Podmore, Richard Doubleday, Richard Everitt, Howard Baker, Richard Martin, Derek Lister, Cyril Coke, Gordon Flemyng, Bryan Izzard, Colin Bucksey, Alan Gibson, Robert Chetwyn, David Carson, Alan J.W. Bell, Richard Stroud, Charles Kitchen, Darrol Blake, Sarah Harding, Mary McMurray, Michael Custance, Nicholas Ferguson, Charlie Nairn, Desmond McCarthy, June Roberts, Ric Mellis, John Black, June Howson, Eric Prytherch, Jonathan Wright-Miller, Colin Richards, Brian Farnham, John Sichel, Graham Theakston, Sebastian Graham Jones, June Wyndham-Davies, Julian Amyes, Charles Sturridge, Baz Taylor

Writers

Bruce Stewart, Paul Wheeler, David Fisher, Peter King, David Blunt, Tony Parker, Scott Forbes, David Yallop, Peter Wildeblood, Brian Clark, David Weir, Sean Hignett, Richard O'Keefe, Tony Hoare, Roger Parkes, Leslie Duxbury, Jim Allen, Nicholas Mander, Dennis Woolf, Stephen Fagan, Roy Russell, Kathleen Potter, Adele Rose, Frances Galleymore, Lionel Goldstein, Lew Schwarz, Rosemary Mason, Brian Wright, David Halliwell, Ian Curteis, Nick McCarty, Peter Ransley, Cherry Potter, Ben Steed, Glenn Chandler, Gerry Huxham, Susi Hush, Stan Hey, Mervyn Haisman, Peter Hammond, Andrew Nickolds, Julie Welch, Judy Raines, Merrill Ferguson, Roy Kift, Jonathan Moore, Julian Roach, Nigel Knowlman, Martin Staniforth, Susan Boyd, Lesley Davies, Gareth Jones, Margaret Simpson, Jeremy Seabrook, John Godber, Stephen Wakelam, Buchi Emecheta, Nemone Lethbridge, Valerie Georgeson, Deborah Moggach, John Byrne, Guy Hibbert, Michael O'Neill, Eric Deakins, Barry Collins, Dilip Hiro, Denis Pitts, Martin Stellman, John Ratzenberger, N.F. Simpson, Eleanor Bron, Paula Milne, Paul Joyce, Debbie Horsfield, Franco Rosso, Peter Buckman, Anne Valery, Brian Thompson, Stephen Clarke, Peter Terson, Michael Wilcox, Louise Page, Christopher Russell, Edwin Pearce, Ray Hassett

Editors

Fred Massey

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