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To Encourage the Others (1972)

The true story of Derek Bentley, whose conviction and execution for a murder committed by someone else provoked a public revulsion.

Director:

Alan Clarke

Writer:

David Yallop
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Charles Bolton Charles Bolton ... Derek Bentley
Billy Hamon Billy Hamon ... Christopher Craig
Roland Culver ... Lord Goddard
Philip Stone ... Humphreys
Wensley Pithey Wensley Pithey ... Cassels
Arthur Lovegrove Arthur Lovegrove ... Mr. Bentley
Carmel McSharry Carmel McSharry ... Mrs. Bentley
John Ringham ... Parris
Ken Halliwell Ken Halliwell ... McDonald
Michael Sheard ... Fairfax
Christopher Coll Christopher Coll ... PC Sydney Miles
Derrick Slater Derrick Slater ... Harrison
Barbara Hickmott Barbara Hickmott ... Iris Bentley
Ronald Mayer Ronald Mayer ... Mr. Craig
Denis Cleary Denis Cleary ... Close
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The true story of Derek Bentley, whose conviction and execution for a murder committed by someone else provoked a public revulsion.

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Language:

English

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28 March 1972 (UK) See more »

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