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Repertory in Britain: The Bristol Old Vic Company: The Slave of Truth


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A radio performance of Moliere's 'Le Misanthrope' based on the adaptation by Miles Malleson for his production at the Theatre Royal Bristol
[Starring] Miles Malleson and Hugh Burden
Cast in order of speaking:
Produced by Brandon Acton-Bond in the BBC's West of England studios


Author: Moliere
Adapted by: Miles Malleson
Producer: Brandon Acton-Bond
Philinte: Edward Hardwicke
Alceste: Hugh Burden
Oronte: Alex Scott
Celimene: Rachel Roberts
Basque, her servant: Wendy Hutchinson
Acaste: Michael Meacham
Clitandre: Peter O'Toole
Eliante: Wendy Williams
An officer: John Floyd
Arsinoe: Phyllida Law
Du Bois, servant to Alceste: Robert Lang

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Repertory in Britain: The Bristol Old Vic Company: The Slave of Truth

BBC Home Service Basic, 20 May 1957 21.15

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