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We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
by JAMES WEDGWOOD DRAWBELL adapted by Muriel Levy as a serial in six episodes with 3: The Party Ends
Peggy Deane has now been working as Peter Kenton 's secretary for four weeks. During this time she has learned all about the ' bright lights' of the theatre world, and is rapidly falling for the good-looking actor, Tony Walham. She has also become great friends with the attractive and sophisticated actress, Julie Carrol. Julie throws a first-night party, to which Peggy and Peter are invited.....
Cast in order of speaking
Other parts played by Patricia Bendall , Peggy Butt
Rolf Lefebvre and Jonathan Scott
The pianist. Alan Paul
Production by AUDREY CAMEROM
Repeated on Friday at 3.6 p.m.
Richard Hurndall is appearing in ' The Affair' at the Strand Theatre, London


Unknown: James Wedgwood Drawbell
Adapted By: Muriel Levy
Unknown: Peggy Deane
Unknown: Peter Kenton
Unknown: Tony Walham.
Unknown: Julie Carrol.
Played By: Patricia Bendall
Played By: Peggy Butt
Played By: Rolf Lefebvre
Played By: Jonathan Scott
Pianist: Alan Paul
Production By: Audrey Camerom
Unknown: Richard Hurndall
Peter Kenton: Richard Hurndau
Peggy Deane: Jennifer Wright
Tony Walham: David March
Julie Carrol: June Tobin
Tony Walham: David March
Gus Welbeck: Rolf Lefebvre
Arthur Terry: Godfrey Kenton
Peter Kenton: Richard Hurndall
Peggy Deane: Jennifer Wright
Harry Raymond (Ray): Philip Morant
Helen Smith: Peggy Butt

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