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[Starring] Eric Portman and Barbara Mullen in Aimee Stuart's play
with Andre van Gyseghem.
The action takes place in Scotland and the Continent. Time: late summer, 1938
(Second performance)
(Eric Portman appears by permission of the J. Arthur Rank Organisation, Ltd.)


Writer: Aimee Stuart
Producer: Dennis Vance
Director: David MacDonald
Musical score: Malcolm Rayment
Settings designer: John Cooper
Father: John Laurie
Jeannie: Barbara Mullen
Mrs. Whitelaw: Hilda Fenemore
Bessie: Margaret Gordon
Maggie: Katherine Page
Stanley Smith: Eric Portman
Porter: Frank Atkinson
Attendant: John G. Heller
Page: Michael Barber
Hotel clerk: Paul Sheridan
Count: Andre van Gyseghem
Blonde: Mila Parely
First waiter: John G. Heller
Second waiter: Cecil Brock
Maitre d'hotel: W. Thorp Devereux
Jeannie's mistress: Olga Dickie
[Actress]: Hedi Schnabel
[Actress]: Nickola Sterne
[Actor]: Peter Morny
[Actress]: Diana Fairfax
[Actress]: Lesley Jackson
[Actor]: Robert Stead
[Actor]: Carl Lacey

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