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Annabel Maule in 'VANITY FAIR'

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by William Makepeace Thackeray
A serial in twelve episodes freely adapted by Audrey Lucas
Episode 12 with voices of the past played bv Ronald Baddiley Eva Stuart. Kathleen Holme George Merritt , Peter Wilde
Sylvia Coleridge , Joan Matheson and Jeffrey Segal
Produced by Martyn C. Webster
Rawdon is arrested and writes asking Becky to raise money for his release. Becky replies that she is unable to do so. He then writes to Lady Jane, who comes immediately with the money.
Rawdon goes home to find Becky, bedecked with jewels, and Lord Steyne alone. Steyne believes Rawdon's return is a trick to blackmail him and in his fury he lets it be known that Becky's jewels were given to her by him. Rawdon challenges him to a duel, but later Mr. Wenham skilfully contrives to have the duel abandoned. Next day there is an announcement that Rawdon has been appointed Governor of Coventry Island. This having been arranged by Lord Steyne before the scene with Becky and Rawdon, he cannot now go back on it.
So Rawdon goes abroad alone leaving young Rawdon with Lady Jane.

Contributors

Unknown: William Makepeace Thackeray
Adapted By: Audrey Lucas
Unknown: Ronald Baddiley
Unknown: Eva Stuart.
Unknown: Kathleen Holme
Unknown: George Merritt
Unknown: Peter Wilde
Unknown: Sylvia Coleridge
Unknown: Joan Matheson
Unknown: Jeffrey Segal
Produced By: Martyn C. Webster
The Storyteller: Simon Lack
Rebecca Sharp: Annabel Maule
Amelia: Beryl Calder
William Dobbin: John Scott
Joseph Sedley: Hugh Manning
Mr Osborne: David March
Little George: Danny Rambler
Lord Steyne: Richard Williams
Fiche: John Hollis
Sir Pitt Crawley: John Bennett
Lady Jane: Hilda Schroder
Major Loder: Charles Hodgson
A butler: Frank Partington

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Annabel Maule in 'VANITY FAIR'

BBC Home Service Basic, 9 August 1959 20.30






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