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War and Peace


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by LEO TOLSTOY dramatised in 20 parts by JACK PUT-MAN his father's title and estates and became sought after at social occasions. At one soiree he met his close friend Andrei who was about to take his pregnant wife Lisa to stay with his family at Bald Hills. Andrei left her there to join his regiment.
Cast in order of appearance


Unknown: Jack Put-Man
Producer: David Conroy
Director: John Davies
Napoleon: David Swift
French messenger: Richard Poore
Prince Lichtenstein: Jerome Willis
Prince Andrei Bolkonsky: Alan Dobie
Kutuzov: Frank Middlemass
Austrian Officer: David Beale
General Mack: Michael Mulcaster
Russian Officers: John Cobner
Russian Officers: Brian Justice
Denisov: Gary Watson
Nikolai: Sylvester Morand
Telyanin: Colin Fisher
Lavrushka: Derek Chafer
Russian messenger: Joseph Wise
Prince Bagration: Tenniel Evans
Colonel Froissart: Giles Phibbs
Bagration's Adjutant: John Sterland
Russian Sgt-Major: James Appleby
Prince Murat: Gerard Hely
Captain Tushin: Haydn Jones
Russian General: Julian Herington

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