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: Demonstration Film

(to 12.30)

: The Mill on the Floss

The film of the novel by George Eliot.
[Starring] James Mason
with Geraldine Fitzgerald and Frank Lawton
(to 16.00)


Author: George Eliot
Tom Tulliver: James Mason
Maggie Tulliver: Geraldine Fitzgerald
Philip Wakem: Frank Lawton

: Demonstration Film

(to 18.30)

: Busman's Honeymoon

A detective comedy by Dorothy L. Sayers and M. St. Clare Byrne.
Adapted and produced by John Glyn-Jones.
In "Busman's Honeymoon" the authors have expressed in dramatic terms a true 'detective problem', in which every clue is shown at the same time to the audience and to the detective so that both of them have an equal chance to solve the problem.
In this play viewers see what happens to Dorothy L. Sayers's famous character Lord Peter Wimsey when he arrives at a farmhouse in Essex for his honeymoon.


Author: Dorothy L. Sayers
Author: M. St. Clare Byrne
Adapter/producer: John Glyn-Jones
Lord Peter Wimsey: Harold Warrender
Harriet: Ruth Lodge
Bunter: Ronald Adam
Rev Simon Goodacre: Patric Curwen
Miss Twitterton: Joan Hickson
Frank Crutchley: Lewis Stringer
Mrs Ruddle: Nellie Bowman
Mr MacBride: Sydney Tafler
Puffett: Fred Essex
Constable Sellon: David Garth
Superintendent Kirk: Brown Derby
Bill: Kevin Sheldon

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.15)

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