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Little Dorrit

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by CHARLES DICKENS dramatised in ten episodes by BETTY DAVIES starring 8: Two Brothers
Arthur observed that wherever he went he saw, or heard, or touched, the celebrated name of Merdie. He began to think it was curious that it should be everywhere, and that nobody but he should seem to have any mistrust of it. Though, indeed, he began to remember when he got to this that even he did not mistrust it; he had only happened to keep aloof from it.
Such symptoms, when a disease of the kind is rife, are usually the signs of sickening. with and with JOHN BULL
ROGER HAMMOND and DANNY SCHILLER
Directed by JANE MORGAN (Repeated: Tues 3.15 pm) long wave only

Contributors

Unknown: Betty Davies
Unknown: John Bull
Unknown: Roger Hammond
Unknown: Danny Schiller
Directed By: Jane Morgan
Little Dorrit: Angela Pleasence
Mr Dorrit: Peter Vaughaa
Arthur Clennam: Daniel Massey
Mrs Merdle: Sylvia Syms
Mr Merdle: Philip Stone
Edmund Sparkler: Philip Fox
Jeremiah Flintwinch: Patrick Troughton
Affery Flintwinch: Avril Elgar
Mrs Clennam: Pauline Letts
Mr Pancks: Douglas Livingstone
Flora Finching: Thelma Whiteley
John Chivery: William Nighy
Charles Dickens: Simon Cadell
Frederick Dorrit: Christopher Benjamin
Mrs General: Margot Boyd
Fanny: Heather Bell
Daniel Doyce: Michael McStay

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