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Nana

Synopsis

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by EMILE ZOLA dramatised in five parts by ROBERT MULLER
Count Muffat has again succumbed to Nana's magic. She is living in opulent luxury at his expense, but on her own terms.
Part 5- Fall of an Empire
Script editor LENNOX PHILLIPS Lighting DENNIS CHANNON Designer SUSAN SPENCE Producer DAVID CONROY
Directed by JOHN DAVIES

Contributors

Unknown: Emile Zola
Unknown: Robert Muller
Editor: Lennox Phillips
Unknown: Dennis Channon
Designer: Susan Spence
Producer: David Conroy
Directed By: John Davies
Julien: Arnold Peters
LUDille: Geoffrey Lewis
£ oe: Josie Kidd
Theophile Venot: Graham Leaman
Gaga: Joyce Latham
Hector de la Faloise: Jonathan Dennis
Satin: Angela Morant
Vandeuvres: Donald Bcrton
Nana: Katharine Schofield
Georges Hugon: Peter Craze
Steiner: John Bryans
Count Muffat: Freddie Jones
Countess Muffat: Nancie Jackson
Daguenet: Eric Flynn
Marquis de Chouard: Eric Woodburn
Fauchery: Roland Curram
Bordenave: Barry Linehan
Labordette: John Ringham
Madame Chantereau: Cicely Paget-Bowman
Madame Hugon: Barbara Lott
Auguste Mignon: John Turner
Rose Mignon: Sheila Brennan
Victorine: Mary Chester
Olivier: Michael Shannon
Charles: Stephen Yardley
Laure: Nancy Gabrielle
Madame Tricon: Anne Blake
Caroline Héquet: Kay Patrick
Lucy Stewart: Mary Mitchell
Tatan Néné: Alex Marshall

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