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Children's Television

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For older children

Farmers' Feud
Fearing that a new type of plough will turn the cattle ranges into farmlands, a crooked foreman plots to run the farmers off the range. Cisco and Pancho intervene, outwit the bad men and bring peace to the valley.

Potts in Parovia: 1: Send for Potts!
The adventures of ex-Flight-Lieutenant Potts by Desmond O'Donovan and Ingram D'Abbes.
[Starring] Humphrey Lestocq as Potts in Parovia

Contributors

Writer/producer (Potts in Parovia): Desmond O'Donovan
Writer (Potts in Parovia): Ingram D'Abbes
Designer (Potts in Parovia): Austin Spriggs
Guitarist (Potts in Parovia): Emile Bibobi
Don Julio Alonzo Mendavo: Andreas Malandrinos
Claude Eaton Smythe: John H. Watson
Don Miguel Perrera y Quiva: Raymond Rollett
Donna Isabella: Miki Irevia
Colonel Schmidt: Walter Gotell
Pedro: Trefor Jones
Tony Quiva: Barry Martin
Laura Mendavo: Lynette Mills
Peter Potts: Humphrey Lestocq
Mike: George Tovey
Marsh: Jay Denyer
Henry Ferret: Douglas Storm
Secretary: Patricia Lehan
Tino: Ross Pendleton
Pat: Keneth Thornett
Customer: Ian Wilson
with: Eduardo and Navarro

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Children's Television

BBC Television, 6 October 1956 17.00






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