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THE SUNDAY PLAY

Synopsis

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Cat and Mouse
Written and produced by Betty Davies with Peter Wilde
Joan Matheson
Richard Hurndall
Aubrey Woods , Duncan Mclntyre
Langley Redfern 's party was hardly a success: it had a macabre ending that nearly deterred Eve and Malcolm Colborn from accepting his invitation to a country weekend. However they went-and regretted it ... with Janet Burnell , Andrew Irvine
Broadcast on April 22. 1961

Contributors

Produced By: Betty Davies
Unknown: Peter Wilde
Unknown: Joan Matheson
Unknown: Richard Hurndall
Unknown: Aubrey Woods
Unknown: Duncan McLntyre
Unknown: Langley Redfern
Unknown: Malcolm Colborn
Unknown: Janet Burnell
Malcolm Golborn: Peter Wilde
Eve Colborn: Joan Matheson
Langley Redfern: Richard Hurndall
Minna Redfern: Kathleen Helme
Phyllis Redfern: Betty Hardy
Wendy Tate: Barbara Mitchell
Roy Tate: Hugh Manning
Gerald Cowles: Aubrey Woods
Mara Turner: Penelope Lee
Dr Maedonald: Duncan McIntyre
Inspector White: Derek Birch






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