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The Crucible


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by ARTHUR MILLER , starring
Michael N. Harbour , Lynn Dearth Daniel Massey , Eric Porter
Denis Quilley , Peter Vaughan and introducing Sarah Berger Massachusetts 1692. The village of Salem is about to be engulfed in the terror and hysteria of a witch-hunt. Arthur Miller 's dramatic masterpiece is now presented in its entirety for the first time on television.
Music composed and conducted by DEREK BOURGEOIS
Directed by DON TAYLOR Part 2 is at 8.55 pm
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Unknown: Arthur Miller
Unknown: Michael N. Harbour
Unknown: Lynn Dearth
Unknown: Daniel Massey
Unknown: Eric Porter
Unknown: Denis Quilley
Unknown: Peter Vaughan
Unknown: Arthur Miller
Conducted By: Derek Bourgeois
Unknown: John Treays
Designer: Tony Abbott
Editor: Stuart Griffiths
Producer: Louis Marks
Directed By: Don Taylor
John Proctor: Michael N Harbour
Elizabeth Proctor: Lynn Dearth
Abigail Williams: Sarah Berger
John Hale: Daniel Massey
Deputy Governor Danforth: Eric Porter
Samuel Parris: Denis Quilley
Judge Hathorne: Peter Vaughan
Thomas Putnam: Ewan Hooper
Ann Putnam: Anna Cropper
Giles Corey: Harold Goodwin
Mary Warren: Eva Griffith
Rebecca Nurse: Anne Dyson
Mercy Lewis: Sophie Thompson
Susanna Walcott: Sarah Sutton
Ezekiel Cheever: Barry Jackson
Francis Nurse: Wally Thomas
Marshal Herrick: Philip Martin Brown
Tituba: Peggy Phango
Sarah Good: Anna Wing
Betty Parris: Lucy Taylor
Martha Corey: Pauline Letts
Hopkins: Nicholas Owen

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