Mrs Biggs (2012)
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Episode #1.2 

Along with Reynolds and his gang Ronnie takes part in a violent attack on the Royal Mail train,stealing over two million pounds and brings home his share of the loot. Charmian is appalled ... See full summary »

Director:

Paul Whittington

Writer:

Jeff Pope

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Sheridan Smith ... Charmian Biggs
Daniel Mays ... Ronald Biggs
Jay Simpson ... Bruce Reynolds
Ron Cook ... Peter
Jon Foster Jon Foster ... Gordon Goody
Iain McKee ... Charlie Wilson
Matthew Cullum Matthew Cullum ... Buster Edwards
Caroline Goodall ... Muriel Powell
Adrian Scarborough ... Bernard Powell
Alex Palmer ... Cliff Robertson
Clare-Hope Ashitey ... Receptionist (as Clare Hope-Ashitey)
Phil Cornwell ... DS Jack Slipper
Adrian Rawlins ... DI Williams
Michael Shelford ... Reporter
Claire Rushbrook ... Ruby Wright
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Storyline

Along with Reynolds and his gang Ronnie takes part in a violent attack on the Royal Mail train,stealing over two million pounds and brings home his share of the loot. Charmian is appalled and does not share her husband's view that he will get away with it and is proved right when he is arrested. Despite pleading not guilty he is sentenced to thirty years in prison. The house is beset by journalists and Charmian threatened by a gun-toting stranger demanding a cut of the spoils but rescued by Ruby Wright and her son Alan,friends of the fugitive Reynolds. However Charmian is disowned by her parents and now feels totally alone. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Drama

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 September 2012 (UK) See more »

Filming Locations:

England, UK

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color
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Goofs

At one point, Redhill station is shown: it has a sign "Redhill Train Station" above the entrance. At this time (the early 1960s) the modern mainly-American usage "train station" had not entered British usage: the correct usage was "railway station", as it still is except amongst younger people who tend to adopt Americanisms more readily. Also, railway station signs have always listed just the name of the station (eg "Redhill") without any qualifying description, whether "railway station" or "train station". See more »

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