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: The Man with the Cloak Full of Holes

by W. P . Lipscomb.
This is a new play by W. P. Lipscomb about Christopher Columbus.
The period is 1492-the year in which Columbus sailed in the Santa Maria to find the New World.


Writer: W. P Lipscomb
Producer: G. More O'Ferrall
Christopher Columbus: F. Wyndham Goldie
Beatrix Enriquez, daughter of a peasant farmer: Marjorie Mars
Luis Santangel, Chancellor of the Court of Aragon: Abraham Sofaer
King Ferdinand of Aragon: James Dale
Peter Martyr, a courtier: Gordon Little
Queen Isabella of Castile: Oriel Ross
Brother John: Gerald Cross
Archbishop de Talavera: W. E. Holloway
Father Boyle: Arnold Ridley
Professor of Geography: Gerik Schjelderup
Professor of Mathematics: Nigel Buchanan
Father Juan Perez: Sam Lysons
Captain Alonso Pinzon: Peter Sinclair
Courtiers, citizens and sailors: Renee Blakelock
Courtiers, citizens and sailors: Nigel Buchanan
Courtiers, citizens and sailors: Marie Lewis

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.10)

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