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The Wednesday Play: The Profile of a Gentleman


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by Jimmy O'Connor
With Lee Montague as Johnny May
See page 49


Writer: Jimmy O'Connor
Designer: Natasha Kroll
Producer: Graeme McDonald
Director: John MacKenzie
Johnny May: Lee Montague
Eddie: George Sewell
Wally: Ken Jones
Trevor: Paddy Joyce
Bobby: John Binden
Tony: Murray Hayne
Penny: Wendy Varnals
Kathy: Jean Trend
Terry: Dennis Golding
Tim: Roy Thomas
Joe Kenny: Richard Shaw
Benny: Dinny Powell
Chirp: John Roden
Maxie: Alan Gifford
Pierre: Makki Marseilles
Jean the Undertaker: Terry Duggan
Codshead: Max Bacon
Nick Gold: Bernard Stone
Zensky: Charles Leno
Blind Sam: Charles Lamb
Policewoman Ambrose: Eunice Black
Magistrate: Frank Littlewood
Pickpockets: Alan Selwyn
Pickpockets: Alec Coleman
Flowerseller: Wally Patch
Policeman: Eric Mason

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The Wednesday Play: The Profile of a Gentleman

BBC One London, 22 November 1967 21.40

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