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|The Shell Seekers|
|Directed by||Waris Hussein|
|Based on|| The Shell Seekers |
by Rosamunde Pilcher
|Produced by||Emma Hayter|
Ted Childs (executive producer)
Marian Rees (executive producer)
|Starring|| Angela Lansbury |
|Music by||James Di Pasquale|
Central Independent Television
Marian Rees Associates
Hallmark Hall of Fame
|Distributed by|| ABC (US)|
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