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: Demonstration Film

(to 12.00)

: Little Show

: Film

(to 16.00)

: Rotten Row

A new comedy by Annette Mills.
[Starring] Marie Lohr
The action takes place in 'Rotten Row', a row of dilapidated horse-boxes hurriedly converted in 1941 into the fracture ward of an evacuated hospital


Writer: Annette Mills
Setting: Stephen Bundy
Producer: Jan Bussell
The hospital staff - Sir George Kelly, a leading surgeon: Frank Birch
The hospital staff - Surgeon Lieut. Kelly, his son (recently invalided out of the Navy): O'Donovan Shiell
The hospital staff - Sister O'Reilly: Sheila Raynor
The hospital staff - Nurse Tonks: Esma Cannon
The hospital staff - Nurse Dearing: Philippa Hiatt
The hospital staff - Jock, the Handy-man: Antony Kearey
The hospital staff - Ambulance man: Stanley Lawson
Patient - Rilla Sheridan, a dancer: Irmgard Spoliansky
Patient - Mrs Oliphant: Marie Lohr
Patient - Colonel Portland: Wilfred Walter
Patient - Captain Collins: Ronan O'Casey
Patient - Major Smith: Brian Haines
Patient - Ivy: Joy Adamson

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.15)

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