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Sunday-Night Theatre presents: Maigret and the Lost Life


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by Georges Simenon.
Dramatised by Giles Cooper.
[Starring] Basil Sydney, Henry Oscar, Patrick Troughton
with Mary Merrall, Andre Van Gyseghem, Marian Spencer, Margot van der Burgh
The action of the play takes place in Paris. Time - the present.
See page 7


Author: Georges Simenon
Dramatised by: Giles Cooper
Producer: Campbell Logan
Film: Cameraman, A.A. Englander
Film Editor: Jack Ellitt
Designer: Richard Henry
Woman at window: Lilian Moubrey
Maigret: Basil Sydney
Janvier: Andre van Gyseghem
Gendarme: Louis Raynes
Doctor: Allan McClelland
Lognon: Henry Oscar
Lucas: Philip Guard
Mlle Irene: Jane Henderson
Mme Maigret: Anne Blake
Rose: Stella Riley
Mme Cremieux: Mary Merrall
Waiter: Christopher Steele
Feret: Michael Brennan
Mme Laboine: Marian Spencer
Croupier: Andre Maranne
Mlle Pore: Helen Misener
Mme Lognon: Grace Arnold
Concierge: Margot van Der Burgh
Santoni: David Lander
Jeanine: Gillian Vaughan
Albert: Patrick Troughton
Clark: Gordon Stern
Louise: Gillian Preston

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Sunday-Night Theatre presents: Maigret and the Lost Life

BBC Television, 6 December 1959 20.45

Blog posts that mention this programme:

Giles Cooper - the radio dramas 9 August 2018
Giles Cooper - the radio dramas 9 August 2018

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