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' Vice Versa'


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A Radio Play by E. M. DELAFIELD from the Novel by F. ANSTEY
Characters Masters at Crichton House : Boys at Crichton House : Two Business men : Railway Porters at Rodwell Regis : Schoolboys, a Servant, Railway Officials
The Scene shifts from Mr. Paul Bultitude's house in Westbourne Terrace to a cab on the way to St. Pancras Station, a train, various parts of Crichton House School, and gradually back to ' Home, Sweet Home '
Time: 1881


Play By: E. M. Delafield
Novel By: F. Anstey
Production By: Barbara Burnham
Mr Paul Bultitude: Cyril Maude
Dick, his son: Lauri Lupino Lane
Boaler, his butler: Carleton Hobbs
Marmaduke Paradine, his brother-in-law: Leslie Perrins
Roly, his younger son: David Little
Dr Grimstone, headmaster of Crichton House: Aubrey Mather
Dulcie, his daughter: Ursula Hanray
Tom, his son: Robert Holland
Mr Tinkler: John Glyn-Jones
Mr Blinkhorn: John Richmond
Mr Burdekin, Dancing Master at Crichton House: Wallace Evennett
Jolland: Ronald Hepworth
Coggs: Dick Curnock
Coker: Stanley Axham
Tipping: Ricky Hyland
Porter: John Glyn-Jones
Clegg, a Cabby: A B Imesom
A Stationer: John Glyn-Jones
Mr Goldicutt: Carleton Hobbs
Mr Travers: J B Rowe
A Stationmaster: Carleton Hobbs
Ing: Philip Wade
Pickstones: Edwin Ellis
An Old Lady: Fanny Wright

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