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Morning Departure
Premiere: UK (1 December 1946) BBC Television
Role: Stoker Marks (credit only)
Main cast: Nigel Patrick, John Stevens, Derek Elphinstone, Ronald Adam, John Baker
Writer: Kenneth Woollard  Producer: Harold Clayton
Photo from Patrick Macnee's first TV production for the BBC
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Arms and the Man
Premiere: UK (22 December 1946) BBC Television
Role: An officer
Main cast: Rosemary Scott, Netta Westcott, Barbara Lott, André Morell, Leo de Pokorny
Writer: George Bernard Shaw  Director and producer: Harold Clayton
A Month in the Country
Premiere: UK (8 June 1947) BBC Television
Role: Beliaev
Main cast: James Crabbe, Rita Daniel, Leo de Pokorny, Alec Finter, Tatiana Lieven
Writer: Ivan Turgenev  Adaptation: Emlyn Williams  Producer: Ian Atkins
The Brontës
Premiere: UK (2 November 1947) BBC Television
Role: Rev. William Weightman
Main cast: W E Holloway, Barbara Mullen, Jean Forbes-Robertson, Dorothy Gordon
Writer: Alfred Sangster  Producer: Harold Clayton
Hamlet
Premiere: UK (part 1: 7 December 1947, part 2: 14 December 1947) BBC Television
Role: Laertes
Main cast: John Byron, Arthur Wontner, Sebastian Shaw, Muriel Pavlow, Margaret Rawlings
Writer: William Shakespeare  Director: Basil Adams  Producer: George More O'Ferrall

Patrick Macnee as Laertes (1) in Hamlet 1947 - BBC on Facebook
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Wuthering Heights
Premiere: UK (7 March 1948) BBC Television
Role: Edgar Linton
Main cast: Kieron Moore, Katharine Blake, Christine Lindsay, André Morell, Alfred Sangster
Writer: Emily Brontë  Producer and adaptation: George More O'FerrallDramatisation by: John Davison
Macbeth
Premiere: UK (20 February 1949) BBC Television
Role: Malcolm
Main cast: Stephen Murray, Ruth Lodge, Mark Dignam, Esmond Knight, Alan Stebbings
Writer: William Shakespeare  Music: Granville Bantock  Director and producer: George More O'Ferrall
Myself a Stranger
Premiere: UK (13 March 1949) BBC Television
Role: Dick Tumbull
Main cast: Alan Haines, Alban Blakelock, Erik Chitty, Dermot Walsh, Anna Burden
Writers: Caro & Hugh Burden  Producer: Harold Clayton
Ten Minute Alibi
Premiere: UK (20 January 1950) BBC Television
Role: Colin Derwent
Main cast: Frederick Bradshaw, Julian D'Albie, Frank Foster, Willoughby Gray, Anne Richardson
Writer: Anthony Armstrong  Producer: Kevin Sheldon
TV series: BBC Sunday-Night Theatre
Othello
Premiere: UK (23 April 1950) BBC Television
Role: Lodovico
Main cast: André Morell, Frank Birch, Stephen Murray, Joan Hopkins, Margaretta Scott
Writer: William Shakespeare  Music: Clifton Parker  Director: Kevin Sheldon
The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
Premiere: UK (14 November 1950) BBC Television
Role: ?
Main cast: Alan Judd, Desmond Llewelyn, Jack Livesey, Stanley Drewitt, Douglas Jefferies
Writer: Robert Louis Stevenson  Adaptation: John Keir Cross
TV series: BBC Sunday-Night Theatre
The Skin Game
Premiere: UK (11 February 1951) BBC Television
Role: Rolf Hornblower
Main cast: Arthur Wontner, Diane Watts, Helen Shingler, Arthur Young, Colin Douglas
Writer: John Galsworthy  Producer: Royston Morley
Nocturne in Scotland
Premiere: UK (18 December 1951) BBC Television
Role: Duke of Argyll
Main cast: Hugh Burden, Olwen Brookes, Ian Fleming, John Baker, Geoffrey Barrie
Writer: Monckton Hoffe  Producer: Dennis Vanceit
TV series: BBC Sunday-Night Theatre
Mourning Becomes Electra
Premiere: UK (part 1: 30 March 1952, part 2: 3 April 1952) BBC Television
Role: Captain Peter Niles
Main cast: Catherine Lacey, Marjorie Mars, Mark Dignam, Reginald Tate, Charles Farrell
Writer: Eugene O'Neill  Producer and adaptation: Royston Morley

Photo BBC production Mouring Becomes Elektra
TV series: BBC Sunday-Night Theatre
Strange Orchestra
Premiere: UK (5 October 1952) BBC Television
Role: Peter
Main cast: Betty Bowden, Jeremy Geidt, Timothy Bateson, Deirdre Doone, Kathleen Crawley
Writer: Rodney Ackland  Producer: Oscar Quitak
TV series: BBC Sunday-Night Theatre
Sounding Brass
Premiere: UK (9 August 1953) BBC Television
Role: Captain Marchant
Main cast: Edward Chapman, Megs Jenkins, Ronald Adam, Gene Anderson, Basil Appleby
Writer: Leslie Burgess  Producer: Andrew Osborn
TV series: Armchair Theatre
The Innocent
Premiere: UK (8 May 1960) Independent Television
Role: David Manning
Main cast: Diana Dors, Ian Hunter, Basil Dignam, Deborah Buchan, Geoffrey Denys
Writer: Bob Kesten  Director: Charles Jarrott

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TV series: ITV Play of the Week
Lucky Strike
Premiere: UK (31 May 1960) Independent Television
Role: Keith Salesby
Main cast: Michael Barber, Zinnia Charlton, Gladys Cooper, Jack Hedley, Clive Morton
Writer: Michael Brett  Director: George More O'Ferrall
The Winter's Tale
Premiere: UK (20 April 1962) BBC Television
Role: Polixenes
Main cast: Robert Shaw, Rosalie Crutchley, Brenda Bruce, Geoffrey Bayldon, Ron Moody
Writer: William Shakespeare  Director: Don Taylor

Photo of Patrick Macnee as Polixenes in BBC TV Production The Winter's Tale
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TV series: Love Story
Divorce, Divorce
Premiere: UK (19 May 1964) Independent Television
Role: Alan
Cast: Ernest Clark, Fenella Fielding, Gwen Watford
Writer: Ted Allan  Producer: Hugh Rennie

Several photos from Divorce, Divorce available on Rex Features.com
TV Times article

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TV series: Love Story
I Love, You Love, We Love
Premiere: UK (22 September 1964) Independent Television
Role: Crawford
Main cast: Ann Bell, Peter Barkworth, David Case, Hazel Coppen, Marian Diamond
Writer: Peter Draper  Director: John Cooper

Several photos available on Rex Features.com
TV series: Thursday Theatre
Captain Carvallo
Premiere: UK (8 October 1964) BBC Two
Role: Captain Carvallo
Main cast: Ron Moody, Laurence Hardy, Hugh Paddick, Barbara Jefford, Ronald Lacey
Writer: Denis Cannan  Director: Charles Jarrott

Photo of Patrick Macnee as Captain Carvallo (1964)
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TV series: Armchair Theatre
The Importance of Being Earnest
Premiere: UK (15 November 1964) Independent Television
Role: Algernon Moncrieff
Main cast: Wilfrid Brambell, Pamela Brown, Ian Carmichael, Fenella Fielding, Irene Handl
Writer: Oscar Wilde  Director: Bill Bain

Patrick Macnee in  "Armchair Theatre" production "The Importance of Being Earnest" (1964)
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TV series: Love Story
The Small Hours
Premiere: UK (27 June 1966) Independent Television
Role: Richard Page
Main cast: Hannah Gordon, Timothy Bateson, Penelope Keith, Anthony Dawes, Peter Harrison
Writer: Alfred Shaughnessy  Director: Shaun O'Riordan

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link to an article in TV Times
TV series: Conflict
The Lady's Not For Burning
Premiere: UK (23 September 1966) Independent Television
Role: Thomas Mendip
Main cast: Barbara Jefford, Felix Felton, Richard Hampton, Carl Rigg
Writer: Christopher Fry Director: George More O'Ferrall

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Patrick Macnee in  the TV "Conflict" production "The Lady's Not For Burning" (1966)
TV series: Armchair Theatre
The Long Nightmare
Premiere: UK (15 October 1966) Independent Television
Role: Arthur
Main cast: Philip Bond, Jacques Cey, Christopher Denham, David Hanson, Ursula Howells
Writer: Michael Harald  Director: Joan Kemp-Welch

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Patrick Macnee in the "Armchair Theatre" production "The Long Nightmare" (1966)
Mister Jerico
Premiere: USA (3 March 1970) ABC Television
Role: Dudley Jerico
Main cast: Connie Stevens, Herbert Lom, Marty Allen, Leonardo Pieroni, Bruce Boa
Writer: David T. Chantler  Adaptation: Philip Levene  Director: Sidney Hayers

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Patrick Macnee in "Mr Jerico" (1970)
TV series: Great Mysteries
A Time to Remember
Premiere: USA (January 1974)
Role: Charles Foster
Main cast: Charles Gray, Patrick Barr, Alan Browning, David Sterne, Nell Curran
Writer: James Reach  Adaptation: Kenneth Jupp  Director: Peter Sykes


TV series: Dial M for Murder
Frame
Premiere: UK (12 August 1974) BBC One
Role: Wag Frazer
Main cast: Jennie Linden, Peter Birrel, Jeremy Clyde, John Collin, Zara Jaber
Writer: James Andrew Hall  Director: Peter Moffatt


Where There's a Will
Premiere: UK (18 August 1989) Independent Television
Role: Charles Crow-Finch
Main cast: Michael Howe, Amanda Burton, Louan Gideon, Christopher Benjamin
Writers: Alan Froud & Ian Scrivens  Director: Baz Taylor