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The Wednesday Play: Mrs. Lawrence Will Look After It


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by Tony Parker
with Mary Miller, Ray Smith, Barry Jackson

(Pauline Collins is in "The Importance of Being Earnest" at the Haymarket Theatre, London)
See facing page and page 26


Writer: Tony Parker
Designer: Keith Harris
Film Cameraman: Brian Tufano
Sound Recordist: Bill Chesneau
Film Editor: Pam Bosworth
Producer: Irene Shubik
Director: John MacKenzie
Mrs Lawrence: Constance Chapman
John Black: Barry Jackson
Policeman: James Appleby
Casualty Sister: Barbara New
Casualty nurse: Janie Booth
Casualty nurse: Gilly Fraser
Casualty nurse: Beverley Walding
Doctor: Shivendra Sinha
PC Robertson: Ben Howard
PC Dent: Frank Jarvis
Mr Darton: Edwin Brown
Freda Wills: Mary Miller
Stanley Maxwell: Ray Smith
Ted Truelove: Harry Davis
Ward nurse: Nina Baden-Semper
Ward Sister: Jessie Barclay
Mrs Watts: Winifred Dennis
Ronald Cape: Eric Mason
Miss Hamilton: Edith MacArthur
Jane Evans: Christine Hargreaves
Betty Lawrence: Diana Bishop
Miss Hepworth: Barbara Lott
Mrs Mills: Sheila Grant
Valerie Chapman: Kate Williams
Michael Collins: Griffith Davies
Katie Nolan: Eileen Colgan
Joan Percival: Pauline Collins
Councillor Percival: John Phillips
Stephanie Ward: Cleo Sylvestre
Mr Low: Femi Euba
Mrs Low: Jomoke Debayo
Terry Allen: Ray Barron
Linda Allen: Gay Shingleton
Mr Bancroft: Royston Tickner
Mrs Bancroft: Julie May
Barbara Bancroft: Julie Booth
Peter Unwin: Peter Attard
Girl: Sandra June Williams

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The Wednesday Play: Mrs. Lawrence Will Look After It

BBC One London, 21 August 1968 21.05

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