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The Duchess of Duke Street


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A series of 15 programmes 10: Lottie's Boy by JULIA JONES
Every year at the Bentinck, Louisa gives a Servants' Ball where the guests wait upon the staff and usually the evening is a great success. However, on this occasion, a seemingly personable young man decides to cause trouble ...
Signature tune composed by ALEXANDER FARIS
Costume BETTY ALDISS Designer PAUL JOEL Associate producer
Producer JOHN HAWKESWORTH Director CYRIL COKE Preview: page 15


Unknown: Julia Jones
Composed By: Alexander Faris
Composed By: Costume Betty Aldiss
Designer: Paul Joel
Unknown: Anthea Browne-Wilkinson
Producer: John Hawkesworth
Director: Cyril Coke
Louisa: Gemma Jones
Marcus Carrington: Anthony Andrews
Starr: John Cater
Mary: Victoria Plucknett
Merriman: John Welsh
Aunt Gwyneth: Christine Pollon
Steadman: Frank Tregear
Violet: Holly de Jong
Poole: John Gabriel
Mrs Cochrane: Mary Healey
Ethel: Sammie Winmill

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