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Ernest Milton in ' THE FISHER KING'


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(' Le Roi Pecheur') by Julien Gracq
English version by Rollo H. Myers and E. J. King Bull
Incidental mimic composed by Elisabeth Lubyena and conducted by Edward Clark
(Continued in next column)
Others taking part:
Edward Forsy-th , Raf de la Torre and Donald Gray
A revival of E. J. King Bull's production of April 19. 1949


Unknown: Julien Gracq
Unknown: Rollo H. Myers
Composed By: Elisabeth Lubyena
Conducted By: Edward Clark
Unknown: Edward Forsy-Th
Unknown: Raf de la Torre
Unknown: Donald Gray
Amfontas: Ernest Milton
Kundtry: Jill Balcon
Percival: Andrew Faulds
Kayled: Mary Morris
Trevrizent: William Devlin
Klinssor: Esmé Percy
Ilinot: Malcolm Hayes

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