A sequel to "The Powder Monkey" in two parts.
Freely adapted for television by Macgregor Urquhart from a novel "The Phantom Frigate" by Arthur Groom.
(William Hyde is appearing at the Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park)
Author ("The Phantom Frigate"):
Adapted for television by:
Sir George Blandly-Gore:
from the Nuffield Centre
Before an audience of H.M. Forces
with Geoff Mack, Paula Grey, Jenson Leng, Fred Atkins, Patrick Victor.
Introduced by Beryl Grey.
At the pianos: Steve Race and Don Phillips
At the drums: Norman Burns
(Beryl Grey appears by permission of the General Administrator of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden)
The well-known film produced and directed by Roberto Rossellini.
The story is made up of six different episodes which take place during the Allied advance through Italy. Much of the dialogue is in English.
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