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A Graham Greene Anthology


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The Third Man adapted from the screenplay by RICHARD WORTLEY with and
Rollo Martins , writer of Westerns, is invited to Vienna to join his friend, Harry Lime , on a new enterprise. He is unpleasantly surprised both by the enterprise and by the news that his friend is dead.
German hotel porter JOHN SAMSON Directed by RICHARD WORTLEY (First broadcast in 1971)


Unknown: Richard Wortley
Unknown: Rollo Martins
Unknown: Harry Lime
Unknown: John Samson
Directed By: Richard Wortley
Rollo Martins: Ed Bishop
Harry Lime: Ian Hendry
Colonel Calloway: John Bentley
Anna: Ann Lynn
Harry Lime's porter: William Fox
Sgt Paine/Dr Winkel: Henry Stamper
Tombs: Geoffrey Beevers
Carter: Leslie Heritage
KurtZ: Dennis McCarthy
Tyler: Peter Marinker
Hansi/Austrian woman: Olwen Griffiths

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A Graham Greene Anthology

BBC Radio 4 FM, 21 November 1987 19.45

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