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The Six Wives of Henry VIII: Catherine of Aragon

on BBC Two England

by Rosemary Anne Sisson
The first of six plays
[Starring] Annette Crosbie as Catherine
starring Keith Michel as Henry VIII
with Dorothy Tutin as Anne Boleyn
with Patrick Troughton
(Colour)

Contributors

Writer:
Rosemary Anne Sisson
Series based on an idea by:
Maurice Cowan
Dances arranged by:
Geraldine Stephenson
Make-Up:
Pam Burns
Costumes:
John Bloomfield
Lighting:
Robert Wright
Designer:
Peter Seddon
Producer:
Ronald Travers
Director:
John Glenister
Catherine:
Annette Crosbie
Henry VIII:
Keith Michell
Anne Boleyn:
Dorothy Tutin
Henry VII:
John Woodnutt
Prince Arthur:
Martin Ratcliffe
Dr de Puebla:
Ken Wynne
Dona Elvira Manuel:
Sally Travers
Catherine of Aragon:
Annette Crosbie
Earl of Surrey:
Donald Bisset
Maria de Salinas:
Margaret Ford
Francesca de Carceres:
Joyce Mandre
Don Gutierre Gomez de Fuensalida:
Peter Stephens
Bishop Fox:
Robert Hartley
Tutor:
Will Leighton
Lord Willoughby:
Valentine Palmer
Anne Boleyn:
Dorothy Tutin
Inez de Venegas:
Ina De La Haye
Cardinal Wolsey:
John Baskcomb
Princess Mary:
Verina Greenlaw
Cardinal Campeggio:
Ronald Adam
Duke of Norfolk:
Patrick Troughton
Duke Of Suffolk:
Raymond Adamson
Usher:
Richard Burnett
Eustache Chapuys:
Edward Atienza
Nobleman:
Peter Bennett
Archbishop Warham:
Charles Workman
Bishop Fisher:
Geoffrey Lewis
[Actor]:
Ray Marioni
[Actor]:
Nigel Chivers

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