Tenko (1981–1984)
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Episode #3.5 

Marion is reunited with Clifford and they move back to their house though, after four years of looking out for herself, she feels uncomfortable at being waited on. She also finds Clifford ... See full summary »

Director:

Jeremy Summers

Writers:

Jill Hyem, Lavinia Warner (creator)

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ann Bell ... Marion Jefferson
Jonathan Newth ... Brigadier Clifford Jefferson
Jean Anderson ... Lady Jocelyn 'Joss' Holbrook
Stephanie Cole ... Dr. Beatrice Mason
Veronica Roberts Veronica Roberts ... Dorothy Bennett
Lizzie Mickery Lizzie Mickery ... Maggie Thorpe (as Elizabeth Mickery)
Elizabeth Chambers Elizabeth Chambers ... Mrs. Domenica Van Meyer
Emily Bolton ... Christina Campbell
Patricia Lawrence Patricia Lawrence ... Sister Ulrica
Elspet Gray ... Phyllis Bristow
Claire Oberman Claire Oberman ... Kate Norris
Cindy Shelley Cindy Shelley ... Alice Courtenay
Damien Thomas ... Jake Haulter
John Graham John Graham ... Hospital Administrator
Athene Fielding Athene Fielding ... Madge Pritchard
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Storyline

Marion is reunited with Clifford and they move back to their house though, after four years of looking out for herself, she feels uncomfortable at being waited on. She also finds Clifford racist, especially when he tells Christina that Simon is married. More newly-released internees come to the hotel, from whom Dr. Mason learns of Nellie's death. This makes her determined to give evidence against Yamauchi, at Clifford's request. Some of the women recognise and attack Dorothy as a collaborator following her affair with the Japanese guard but she escapes and runs into Sister Ulrica. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Genres:

Drama | History | War

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Release Date:

4 November 1984 (UK) See more »

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Trivia

Nellie Keene died in June 1945. See more »

Goofs

Marion tells Clifford that Vicky drowned in 1941. However, this incident, which was depicted in Tenko: Part Two, took place in February 1942. See more »

Connections

References Tenko: Part Six (1981) See more »

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