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THE WEDNESDAY PLAY

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presenting in The Trial and Torture of Sir John Rampayne by ALAN SEYMOUR with IAN McKELLEN , FAITH BROOK
MARY HINTON , MEREDITH EDWARDS
ROBERT JAMES , MORRIS PERRY
Music composed by STANLEY MYERS Title music by PAUL JONES Arranged by Mike Vickers
Designer, Natasha Kroll
Producer,JAMES MACTAGGART
Directed by PETER DUGUID
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Contributors

Written By: Alan Seymour
Unknown: Ian McKellen
Unknown: Mary Hinton
Unknown: Meredith Edwards
Unknown: Robert James
Unknown: Morris Perry
Composed By: Stanley Myers
Music By: Paul Jones
Arranged By: Mike Vickers
Designer: Natasha Kroll
Producer: James MacTaggar
Directed By: Peter Duguid
Sir John Rampayne: Jack Hawkins
Dr Scott-Studley: Sheila Ballantine
Reporter: Richard Coe
Derrick Tandem: John Line
Airline Clerk: Alan Mason
Chief Superintendent James: Morris Perry
Boland: Rex Robinson
Sir John Rampayne: Jack Hawkins
Wolf: Ian McKellen
Denzil Trafford: Robert James
Roland Sloane: Meredith Edwards
March: Milton Johns
Manao: Harry Baird
Louise: Myrtle Reed
Guitar player: Ian Hamilton
First student: Bill Lyons
Second student: Paul Rober
Eleanor Brinson: Faith Brook
Lady Rampayne: Mary Hinton
Rosine: Marigold Russell
Rufus Frampton: Sir John as a Boy
His father: Kenneth Benda
Nanny: Dorothea Phillips
Fagmaster: Nicholas Young
Tim Hardy: Sir John as a Young Man
Dita: Penelope Lee
Nancy: Dorothy Primrose
The GreaMan: George Curzon
BBC journalist: Richard Kay

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