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: For Younger Children

Muffin the Mule Muffin and his friends with Annette Mills and Ann Hogarth.

For Older Children
'The Rangebusters' in an adventure film "Wrangler's Roost".

Contributors

Presenter (Muffin the Mule): Annette Mills
Puppeteer (Muffin the Mule): Ann Hogarth

: The Tragedy of Macbeth

by William Shakespeare
[Starring] Stephen Murray
with Esmond Knight, Ruth Lodge, Ernest Thesiger.
Scene: Scotland and England

Contributors

Author: William Shakespeare
Producer: George More O'Ferrall
Fights arranger: Maurice Jones
Incidental music: Granville Bantock
Settings and costumes designer: Peter Bax
Duncan, King of Scotland: Arthur Wontner
His son - Malcolm: Patrick MacNee
His son - Donalbain: Peter Mullins
Macbeth, at first a general, later King of Scotland: Stephen Murray
Banquo, a general: Esmond Knight
Macduff: Mark Dignam
Noblemen of Scotland - Lennox: John Bailey
Noblemen of Scotland - Ross: Kenneth More
Noblemen of Scotland - Menteith: Richard Walter
Noblemen of Scotland - Angus: Stanley Lemin
Noblemen of Scotland - Caithness: John Brooking
Fleance, son to Banquo: Alan Stebbings
Siward, Earl of Northumberland, general of the English forces: Charles Doran
Young Siward, his son: John Ainsworth
Seton, armour-bearer to Macbeth: Patrick Troughton
A boy, son to Macduff: Cavan Malone
A captain: Julian Somers
A porter: Gordon Crier
A doctor: James Mills
Two murderers: Eugene Leahy
Two murderers: Maurice Jones
Lady Macbeth: Ruth Lodge
Lady Macduff: Margaret Vines
A gentlewoman attending on Lady Macbeth: Bernadette O'Farrell
The Weird Sisters: Ernest Thesiger
The Weird Sisters: Michael Martin Harvey
The Weird Sisters: Rosamund Greenwood
Apparitions, Lords, gentlemen, officers, soldiers, attendants, and messengers: John Biggerstaff
Apparitions, Lords, gentlemen, officers, soldiers, attendants, and messengers: Geoffrey Barrie
Apparitions, Lords, gentlemen, officers, soldiers, attendants, and messengers: Nicholas Gee
Apparitions, Lords, gentlemen, officers, soldiers, attendants, and messengers: William Hyde
Apparitions, Lords, gentlemen, officers, soldiers, attendants, and messengers: Edward Keel
Apparitions, Lords, gentlemen, officers, soldiers, attendants, and messengers: Stuart Nichol
Apparitions, Lords, gentlemen, officers, soldiers, attendants, and messengers: Derek Sydney
Apparitions, Lords, gentlemen, officers, soldiers, attendants, and messengers: Nicolas Tanner








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