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The Government Inspector


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A play in three parts by NicoLAi GOGOL, from the translation by DAVID MAGARSHACK 2: Bribery and Corruption
The Inspector moves into the Mayor's house -just to be more comfortable, you understand. The food is good, so is the wine and the mayor's daughter is very pretty. The time seems ripe for a little bribery and corruption.
Adapted and produced by RONALD SMEDLEY


Translation By: David Magarshack
Produced By: Ronald Smedley
Mayor: Freddie Jones
His wife: Ann Beach
The Government Inspector: Robin Nedwell
Osip: Jack Wild
Mari: Elizabeth Revill
Mr Pritehard: Aubrey Richards
Mr Lewis: John Clive
Mr Llewellyn: Jack Walters
Mr Griffiths: Talfryn Thomas
Owen Owen: Richard Davies
Owen Bowen: David Pugh
Ivor: Martin Howells
Constable: David Eynon

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The Government Inspector

BBC One London, 28 August 1983 17.30

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