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Little Dorrit

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by CHARLES DICKENS dramatised in ten episodes by BETTY DAVIES starring and 1: The Father of the Marshalsea
The Marshalsea prison was a close and confined prison for debtors. It was an oblong pile of barrack building, partitioned into squalid houses standing back to back; environed by a narrow paved yard. hemmed in by high walls, duly spiked at top. with and Directed by JANE MORGAN
(Bruce Purchase is a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company)

Contributors

Unknown: Betty Davies
Directed By: Jane Morgan
Unknown: Bruce Purchase
: Angela Pleasence
Arthur Clennam: Daniel Massey
Mr Dorrit: Peter Vaughan
Jeremiah Flintwinch: Patrick Troughton
Affery Flintwinch: Avril Elgar
Mrs Clennam: Pauline Letts
Mr Meagles: Michael Graham Cox
Rigaud: Philip Voss
Charles Dickens: Simon Cadell
Turnkey: Bruce Purchase
Mrs Bangham: Lolly Cockerell
Dr Haggage: David Sinclair
Mr Plornish: Peter Baldwin
Tip Dorrit: Andrew Seear
Pet Meagles: Rowena Roberts
Mrs Meagles: Madi Hedd
Miss Wade: Sonia Fraser
Tattycoram: Shona Morris
Cavalieto: Graham Faulkner
Child: Jenny Twigge
Ephraim: Alan Mason
Frederick Dorrit: Christopher Benjamin

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