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by William Shakespeare
Music composed and conducted by FRANZ REIZENSTEIN with Barbara Jefford
Anthony Nicholls
William Squire
David March , John Rye
A broadcast In the series ' Radio In Europe '
Anthony Nicholls broadcasts by permission of the National Theatre: John Itye is in 'A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum ' at the Strand Theatre. London
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A record of Haydn's Flute Quartet in D major. Op. No. 3, played by Jean-Pierre Rampal with the FRENCH STRING TRJI


Unknown: William Shakespeare
Conducted By: Franz Reizenstein
Unknown: Barbara Jefford
Unknown: Anthony Nicholls
Unknown: William Squire
Unknown: David March
Singer: John Mitchinson
Unknown: Charles Lefeaux
Unknown: Anthony Nicholls
Unknown: John Itye
Played By: Jean-Pierre Rampal
Vincentio, the Duke: Anthony Nicholls
Escalus, an ancient Lord: John Ruddock
Angelo, the Deputy: William Squire
Luclo, a fantastique: David March
Mistress Over-done, a bawd: Gladys Young
Clown (Pompey): Andrew Sachs
Claudio, a young gentleman: John Rye
Provost: Peter Pratt
Isabella, sister to Claudio: Barbara Jefford
Francisca, a nun: Eva Stuart
Elbow, a simple constable: Peter Ci Aichtoo
Froth, a foolish gentleman: Frederick Treves
Juliet, beloved of Claudio: Valerie Kirkbright
Mariana, betrothed to Angelo: N'Icolette Bernari
Abhorson, an executioner: Timothy Harlct
Barnardine, a dissolute prisoner: Ralph Truman
Friar Peter: James Thomasoh

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