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Saturday-Night Theatre

Synopsis

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Our Family
A trilogy by VICTOR PEMBERTON 1: The Trains Don't Stop Here Any More
A love story with Nerys Hughes Nigel Anthony , Wendy Richard and Sheila Grant. 1916-30
Letty is a determined young girl. When she marries Oliver against the wishes of her family, she is convinced that her love can help him overcome the disabilities of his war-wounds and restore his faith in himself and the world about him.
Pianist MARY NASH
Directed by JOHN TYDEMAN Stereo (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Victor Pemberton
Unknown: Nerys Hughes
Unknown: Nigel Anthony
Unknown: Wendy Richard
Unknown: Sheila Grant.
Pianist: Mary Nash
Directed By: John Tydeman
Letty Edginton: Nerys Hughes
Beatrice, her mother: Sheila Grant
William, her father: Malcolm Hayes
Nicky, her younger brother: Adam Godley
Tom, her elder brother: Derek Seaton
Oliver Hobbs: Nigel Anthony
Violet, his sister: Wendy Richard
Bill Brooks: Kenneth Shanley
Mr Cotton: Eric Allan
Frank O'Malley: Bill Monks
Amy Lyall: Eve Karpf
Mr Pearson: Robert Trotter






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