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: A selection of Christmas Toys

for children, old and young, arranged by H.E. Plaister and G.R. Kenward-Eggar.

Contributors

Arranged by: H.E. Plaister
Arranged by: G.R. Kenward-Eggar

: The Ghost Train

by Arnold Ridley, with Don Gemmell, Laura Smithson, Hugh Dempster, Daphne Riggs, John Counsell, Joan Lawson, Arthur Young, Rani Waller, Clifford Benn, and Alex McCrindle.

Contributors

Author: Arnold Ridley
Production: Jan Bussell
Teddy Deakin: Don Gemmell
Miss Bourne: Laura Smithson
Richard Winthrop: Hugh Dempster
Elsie: Daphne Riggs
Charles Murdock: John Counsell
Peggy Murdock: Joan Lawson
Saul Hodkin: Arthur Young
Julia Price: Rani Waller
Herbert Price: Clifford Benn
Jackson: Alex McCrindle

: Mr. Gillie Potter

Contributors

Comedian: Gillie Potter

: A selection of Christmas Toys

(Details as 3.0)

: The Old Lady Shows Her Medals

A play by J. M. Barrie, with Isobel Jamieson, Jack Lambert, Margery Phipps-Walker, Ethel Ramsay, Frances Waring, J. Fisher White.

Contributors

Author: J.M. Barrie
Production: Moultrie R. Kelsall
[Actress]: Isobel Jamieson
[Actor]: Jack Lambert
[Actress]: Margery Phipps-Walker
[Actress]: Ethel Ramsay
[Actor]: Frances Waring
[Actor]: J. Fisher White








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