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Extracts from
Presented by Bruce Belfrage
' Victoria Regina ' is now running at the Lyric Theatre, presented by Gilbert Miller in association with Norman Marshall. The play is directed by Norman Marshall and arranged for broadcasting by Bruce Belfrage
Those taking part include
Pamela Stanley as Queen Victoria, Carl Esmond as Prince Albert, Mabel Terry-Lewis as the Duchess of Sutherland, Jill Furse as Lady Jane, Frank Randell as Mr. Oakley, James Wocdburn as John Brown , and Ernest Milton as Benjamin Disraeli ,
Earl of Beaconsfield
Interesting pictures of scenes in the stage production will be found on page 19


Presented By: Bruce Belfrage
Presented By: Victoria Regina
Presented By: Gilbert Miller
Unknown: Norman Marshall.
Directed By: Norman Marshall
Broadcasting By: Bruce Belfrage
Unknown: Pamela Stanley
Unknown: Carl Esmond
Unknown: Mabel Terry-Lewis
Unknown: Jill Furse
Unknown: Frank Randell
Unknown: James Wocdburn
Unknown: John Brown
Unknown: Ernest Milton
Unknown: Benjamin Disraeli

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