The 39 Steps
Cast and Credits


Richard Hannay
Rupert Penry-Jones
Victoria Sinclair
Lydia Leonard
Sir George Sinclair
David Haig
Professor Fisher
Patrick Malahide
Hellory Sinclair
Patrick Kennedy
Eddie Marsan
Captain Kell
Alex Jennings
Steve Elder
Werner Daehn
Peter Stark
London Constable
Del Synnott
Roger De Courcey
Professor's Butler
David Gallacher
Concierge at Club
James Bryce
Waiter at Club
Stewart Preston
Old Man at Club
Sandy Neilson
Woman on Stairs
Barbara Downie
Anna Guthrie
Train Policeman
George Docherty
Town Hall Policeman
Sean Kane
Little Boy
Mitchell Fleming
Little Girl
Charlotte Fleming
Kathryn Howden
Sergeant at Stirling Castle
Allan Sawers
Sentry at Stirling Castle
David McDowell
German Accomplice
Michael Stokes
Paul Comrie
Station Attendant
Johnny Meres

Production Credits

Adapted By
Deborah Moggach
Production Manager
Mark Devlin
Production Accountant
Neil Cairns
Assistant Accountant
Jacqui McBride
Production Coordinator
Giovannina Cotroneo
Production Staff
Laragh Cresswell
Alasdair Kearney
Script Editor
Jeremy Swimer
Location Manager
Miglet Crichton
Assistant Location Managers
Chris Cameron
Donald Cameron
1st Assistant Directors
Marco Ciglia
Paul Judges
2nd Assistant Director
Diane Kasperowicz
3rd Assistant Directors
Andrew Gardiner
Christian Otty
Script Supervisor
Heather Storr
Casting Assistant
Jane Anderson
Art Directors
Nicki McCallum
Hayden Matthews
Production Buyer
Tanya Bowd
Standby Art Director
Ursula Cleary
Construction Manager
Derek Fraser
Standby Carpenter
Colin Fraser
Action Vehicles
Willie Bennie
Perry Costello
Props Master
Tony Henshaw
Standby Props
Gerard Henshaw
Vincent Henshaw
Patrick Henshaw
Dressing Props
Paul Mitchell
Matthew Henshaw
Hannay Stunt Double
George Cottle
Victoria Stunt Double
Kelly Dent
Mark Mottram
Sean Rogers
Charles Ramsey
Picture Publicist
Rob Fuller
Laurie Sparham
Costume Supervisor
Bobby McCulla
Costume Assistants
John Laurie
Nancy McKenna
Makeup/Hair Artists
Josy Howard
Wendy Forbes
Mairi Morrison
Focus Puller
John Harper
Clapper Loader
Grant McPhee
Camera Trainee
Eve Carreno
Andrew Kendall
Stand By Rigger
Lee Howarth
Pat Sweeney
Best Boy
Stephen Kitchen
Grant McLean
Jim Russell
Genny Operator
Peter Davies
Boom Operator
Tony Cook
Stunt Coordinator
Paul Heasman
Post Production Supervisor
Heidi Mount
Visual Effects
Aidan Farrell
Online Editor
Clyde Kellett
Assistant Editor
Rupert Hall
Dialogue Editor
Peter Shaw
Supervising Sound Editor
Paul Davies
Dubbing Mixer
Richard Davey
Casting Director
Kate Rhodes James
Line Producer
Peter Gallagher
Production Consultant
Gordon Ronald
Production Sound Mixer
Peter Brill
Makeup and Hair Designer
Meg Speirs
Costume Designer
James Keast
Rob Lane
Tania Reddin
Production Designer
Pat Campbell
Director of Photography
James Aspinall
Elinor Day
Jon Jones
Executive Producers
Hilary Salmon
John Yorke

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Senior Post Production Director
Erin Delaney
Assistant Director
Judy Cronenberg
Business Manager
Deb Gibbs
Writer/Senior Editor
Kathleen Cahill
Production Assistant
Tsering Yangzom
Office Coordinator
Lisa Lokshin
Online Editor
Spencer Gentry
Visual Effects/Sound Design
Paul Sanni
Series Graphics
Prologue, Kyle Cooper
Series Theme
Man Made Music
Ellen Dockser
Olivia Wong
Senior Producer
Susanne Simpson
Senior Producer
Steven Ashley
Executive Producer
Rebecca Eaton

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Web Credits for The 39 Steps

Executive Editor
Steven Ashley
Senior Producer
Bruce Kohl
Senior Designer
Sonali Patel
Director of Design, Interactive
Toby Bottorf
Mayo Todorovic
Web Production Designer
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Ben Livermore
Project Manager
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Producer, Streaming Video
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Amy Stahl

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