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From the London Theatre: 2: Exercise Bowler


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Scenes from the play by T. Atkinson, introduced by Felix Felton. Stage play produced by Peter Powell
Three soldiers:
Cast also includes Harriet Petworth, Cameron Miller, Pauline Bentley, Jack Rodney, Giles Cooper, Zoe Hicks, Molly Looe, Basil Cunard, Alan John, Robert Cameron, and Frank Stevens
A Reunion Theatre production, presented, played, and produced by ex-Service actors and actresses. Now running at the Scala Theatre, London


Play By: T. Atkin
Introduced By: Felix Felton.
Produced By: Peter Powell
Unknown: Harriet Petworth
Unknown: Cameron Miller
Unknown: Pauline Bentley
Unknown: Jack Rodney
Unknown: Giles Cooper.
Unknown: Zoe Hicks
Unknown: Molly Looe
Unknown: Basil Cunard
Unknown: Alan John
Unknown: Robert Cameron
Unknown: Frank Stevens
Joe Rock: Torin Thatcher
Bill Laver: William Fox
John Moss: Martin Bradley
Geoffrey Stewart: Geoffrey Keen
Sybil Masters: Marjorie Stewart
Mr Robinson: Mark Dignam

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From the London Theatre: 2: Exercise Bowler

Light Programme, 9 July 1946 21.30

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