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The Wednesday Play: Dr. Aitkinson's Daughter


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by Hugo Charteris
With Raymond Huntley as George Mackintosh, Peter Barkworth as Hallam Aitkinson, Fanny Rowe as Winny Aitkinson, Jennifer Hilary as Gilly Aitkinson
and Sylvia Coleridge as Mrs. Mackintosh, David Langton as Vic Oliphant, Helen Lindsay as Lucy Daniels


Writer: Hugo Charteris
Script Editor: Shaun MacLoughlin
Designer: Fanny Taylor
Producer: Graeme McDonald
Director: Gilchrist Calder
George Mackintosh: Raymond Huntley
Hallam Aitkinson: Peter Barkworth
Winny Aitkinson: Fanny Rowe
Gilly Aitkinson: Jennifer Hilary
Mrs. Mackintosh: Sylvia Coleridge
Vic Oliphant: David Langton
Lucy Daniels: Helen Lindsay
Preston: Neil Wilson
Dispenser: Reginald Barratt
Mrs. Hutton: Noel Hood
Police Constable: Patrick Jordan
Gilly as a Child: Josephine Gillick

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The Wednesday Play: Dr. Aitkinson's Daughter

BBC One London, 22 January 1969 21.05

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