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: Sea Scouts

Many British seamen received their first training as sea scouts. This film shows boys in training on their own ship anchored in the Thames

: Cinemagazine

How London bus drivers learn their trade and practise skidding on a greased track and The Shelsey Walsh Motor Trials

: Penicillin

A series of three short films which together tell something of the fascinating, story of the scientific war against disease bacteria

: Hamlet: Part 1

by William Shakespeare Televised in two parts

The Scene: Denmark

Contributors

Writer: William Shakespeare
Settings designer: Peter Bax
Fight arranger: Denis Loraine
Producer: George More O'Ferrall
Ophelia, daughter to Polonius: Muriel Pavlow
The Ghost of Hamlet's father: W. E. Holloway Claudius, King of Denmark: Sebastian Shaw
Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, son to the late,and nephew to the present king: John Byron
Polonius, Principal Secretary of State: Arthur Wontner
Horatio, friend to Hamlet: Patrick Troughton
Laertes, son to Polonius: Patrick MacNee
Ambassadors to Norway: Voltemand: Aubrey Dexter
Cornelius: Dudley Williams
Formerly fellow-students with Hamlet: Rosencrantz: Robert Rietty
Guildenstern: Richard Warner
A gentleman: Cyril Hardingham
A Doctor of Divinity: Frederick Ross
Gentlemen of the Marcellus: William Devlin
Gentlemen of the Marcellus Barnardo: Julian Somers
Gentlemen of the Marcellus Francisco: Stanley Lemin
The Players: Lucianus: Roy Dean
The Players: The King: David Duncan
The Players: The Queen: Michael Caborne
The Players: The Prologue: John Ainsworth
Gertrude, Queen of Denmark, mother to Hamlet: Margaret Rawlings








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