An adventure story of the Wars of the Roses by R. L. Stevenson made into a play by John Blatchley adapted for television by John Blatchley and Naomi Capon.
[Starring] The Young Vic Company
(The Young Vic Company appears by permission of the Governors of the Old Vic)
Part 2: Sunday, May 27
Author (Wars of the Roses):
Writer/adapted for television by:
Adapted for television by/presented for television by:
Original production for the Young Vic Company:
Scenery and costumes:
Sir Daniel Brackley:
Joanna Sedley/John Matcham:
Sir Oliver Oates:
A play by Robert E. Sherwood.
[Starring] Douglass Montgomery with Jane Barrett and Robert Ayres
The action of the play takes place just before the last war and is set in the lunch-room of the Black Mesa Filling Station and Bar-B-Q on the desert in Eastern Arizona
Narrator (and radio announcer):
A telegraph lineman:
Jason Maple, proprietor of the Black Mesa Bar-B-Q:
Grandpa Maple, his father and owner of the Bar-B-Q:
Boze Hertzlinger, hired hand at the Bar-B-Q.:
Gabby Maple, Jason's daughter:
Alan Squier, a passer-by:
Mrs Chisholm, of Dayton, Ohio:
Joseph, their chauffeur:
Member of the Mantee gang - Jackie:
Member of the Mantee gang - Duke Mantee:
Member of the Mantee gang - Ruby:
Paula, a Mexican cook:
Pyles, Mantee's driver:
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