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For the Schools presenting: The Life and Death of Sir John Falstaff: 7: A New Reign

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Adapted from the history plays of William Shakespeare and produced by Ronald Eyre.
[Starring] Roger Livesey, Walter Hudd, Paul Daneman, Edgar Wreford, Colin Jeavons, George Benson
(BBC recording)

Contributors

Author: William Shakespeare
Adapted by/Producer: Ronald Eyre
Music specially composed by: Kenneth Leighton
Falstaff: Roger Livesey
Shallow: Paul Daneman
Silence: Graham Crowden
Davy: Eric Thompson
Bardolph: George Benson
Page: David Langford
Pistol: Edgar Wreford
Fang: Michael Beint
Snare: Robert Vahey
Mistress Quickly: Audrey Noble
Doll Tearsheet: Fanny Carby
Henry V: Colin Jeavons
Lord Chief Justice: Walter Hudd
Nym: Roderick Cook
Clarence: Scot Finch
Gloucester: Peter Bartlett
Warwick: Tony Church
Lancaster: David Webb
Other parts played by: Brian Moorehead
Other parts played by: Martini Gordon
Other parts played by: Bryan Drew
Other parts played by: Edward Brooks
Other parts played by: Richard Holden
Other parts played by: Eric Elliott
Other parts played by: Donald McCollum
Other parts played by: Esmond Webb
Other parts played by: Colin Vancao
Other parts played by: Michael Wells
Other parts played by: John Herrington
Other parts played by: Meriel Hunn
Other parts played by: Valerie Thurlow
Other parts played by: Peggy Forbes-Robertson
Other parts played by: Claire Owen
Other parts played by: Edith Savile






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