Louly Brown’s letters to a prisoner led her to run away with a bank robber before meeting a US marshal. Stars Samantha Dakin.
Louly Brown tells of how her letters to Pretty Boy Floyd in prison led to her stealing her step-father's car and running away from home with a bank robber, before meeting the handsome Deputy Marshal Carl Webster at a fatal motel shoot-out.
Meanwhile, Jack Belmont's illegal moonshine operation is threatened when his roadhouse is attacked by members of the Klan.
Elmore Leonard's enthralling criminal odyssey is set against the dusty, sepia-toned backdrop of Oklahoma and Kansas during America's Great Depression.
Adapted by Katie Hims
Jack Belmont . . . . . Adam Gillen
Louly Brown . . . . . Samantha Dakin
Tony Antonelli . . . . . Nathan Osgood
Carl Webster . . . . . Luke Norris
Joe Young . . . . . Joe Jameson
Norm Dilworth . . . . . Paul Heath
Pretty Boy Flloyd . . . . . Shaun Mason
Virgil Webster . . . . . David Acton
Heidi Dilworth . . . . . Bettrys Jones
Nestor Lott . . . . . Ian Conningham
Sylvia Hagenlocker . . . . . Elaine Claxton
Filling Station Woman . . . . . Jane Slavin
Director: Sasha Yevtushenko
First broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2015.
|Jack Belmont||Adam Gillen|
|Louly Brown||Samantha Dakin|
|Tony Antonelli||Nathan Osgood|
|Carl Webster||Luke Norris|
|Joe Young||Joe Jameson|
|Norm Dilworth||Paul Heath|
|Pretty Boy Flloyd||Shaun Mason|
|Virgil Webster||David Acton|
|Heidi Dilworth||Bettrys Jones|
|Nestor Lott||Ian Conningham|
|Sylvia Hagenlocker||Elaine Claxton|
|Filling Station Woman||Jane Slavin|