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RUDDIGORE

Synopsis

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A complete performance of the famous Savoy operetta by Gilbert and Sullivan
Chorus of Officers, Ancestors, and Professional Bridesmaids
THE JOHN MCCARTHY SINGERS
BBC CONCERT ORCHESTRA Leader, Arthur Leavins
Conducted by STANFORD ROBINSON
Produced by MICHAEL MOORES
Act 1 The Fishing Village of Rederring, in Cornwall
Act 2 Picture Gallery in Ruddigore
Castle
Forbes Robinson broadcasts by permission of the General Administrator, Royal Opera House Covent Garden: John Fryatt by permission of Sadler's Wells Opera Co.: Alan Dudley is in 'Robert and Elizabeth' at the Lyric Theatre: Patricia Rout ledge In 'How's the World Treating You' at Wyndham's Theatre; Barrie Ingham is in 'On the Level' at the Saville Theatre, London
The Yeomen of the Guard: May 29

Contributors

Singers: John McCarthy
Conducted By: Stanford Robinson
Produced By: Michael Moores
Unknown: John Fryatt
Unknown: Alan Dudley
Unknown: Patricia Rout
Unknown: Barrie Ingham
Robin Oakapple, a young farmer: Peter Pratt
Richard Dauntless, his foster-brother-a Man-o'-war's man: John Fryatt
Richard Dauntless, his foster-brother-a Man-o'-war's man spoken by: Barrie Inyham
Sir Despard Murgatroyd, of Ruddigore-a wicked Baronet: Alan Dudley
Old Adam Goodheart, Robin's faithful servant: Norman Lumsden
Old Adam Goodheart, Robin's faithful servant spoken by: Earle Grey
Rose Maybud. a village maiden: Ellen Dales
Rose Maybud. a village maiden spoken by: Meg Wynn Owen
Mad Margaret: Patricia Routledge
Dame Hannah, Rose's aunt: Monica Sinclair
Dame Hannah, Rose's aunt spoken by: Shirley Cooklin
Sir Roderic Murgatroyd, the twenty- first Baronet: Forbes Robinson
Sir Roderic MurKatroyd, the twenty- first Baronet spoken by: Julian Somers
Professional bridesmaids:Zorah: Joanne Brown
Professional bridesmaids:Zorah spoken by: Sheila Hammond
Professional bridesmaids: Ruth spoken by: Wendy Lovelock






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