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From the London Theatre


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Scenes from plays now running in London
Introduced by Christopher Hassall

Basil Radford, Joan Haythorne and Eliot Makeham in "Taking Things Quietly"
A comedy by Ronald Wilkinson which had its first night at the Ambassadors Theatre last Wednesday.
The principal characters are portrayed by Basil Radford as Charles Verity , Sen., Joan Haythorne as his wife, and Eliot Makeham as Sid.


Presenter: Christopher Hassall
Presented by: Alec L. Rea
Presented by: E. P. Clift
Presented by: Roy Limbert
Stage Direction: Charles Hickman
Charles Verity, Sen.: Basil Radford
His Wife: Joan Haythorne
Sid: Eliot Makeham
Editor: Ayton Whitaker
Editor: Frederick Bradnum

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From the London Theatre

Light Programme, 3 June 1951 17.30

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