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HUNTLEY WRIGHT as ' Wun-Hi ' in ' THE GEISHA

Synopsis

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A broadcasting version of Owen Hall 's Story of a Tea House - with some additional pidgin English by Clifford W. Collinson , F.R.G.S.
Lyrics by Harry Greenbank
Music by Sidney Jones
(Composer of ' A Greek Slave ', ' An Artist's Model', 'A Gaiety Girl', etc.)
Characters in the order of their appearance:
Geisha, Tea Girls, Naval Officers, Police, Tourists, etc.
The BBC Revue Chorus and The BEC Theatre Orchestra
Conducted by Harold Lowe
Scenes
Act 1, The Tea House of a Thousand Joys
Act 2, A Chrysanthemum Fete in the Palace Gardens
Adaptation and production by Gordon McConnel with the technical assistance of Rex Haworth
See the article by Gordon McConnel on page 6
* The Geisha' will be repeated in the Regional programme on Thursday at
8.45

Contributors

Broadcasting version: Owen Hall
Additional pidgin English: Clifford W. Collinson
Lyrics: Harry Greenbank
Music: Sidney Jones
Conductor: Harold Lowe
Producer: Gordon McConnel
Techincal assistant: Rex Haworth
Police-Sergeant Takemini (attendant on the Marquis): Franklyn Kelsey
Marquis Imari (Chief of Police and Governor of the Province): Lawrence Baskcomb
Juliette (A French Tea Girl): Colleen Clifford
Wun-Hi (Chinese Proprietor of the Tea House): Huntley Wright
Officers of H M S Turtle: Lieutenant Cunning: Ewart Scott
Lieutenant Reginald Fairfax: Arnold Matters
Lady Constance Wynne (a Wealthy Englishwoman): Gladys Young
O Mimosa San (A Geisha): Anne Ziegler
Lieutenant Katana (of the Imperial Japanese Artillery): Webster Booth
Mollv Seamore: Billie Baker

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HUNTLEY WRIGHT as ' Wun-Hi ' in ' THE GEISHA

National Programme Daventry, 4 January 1938 19.45






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