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The Charterhouse of Parma by Stendhal translated and adapted in six episodes by BARBARA BRAY with Geraldine McEwan
Jack May , Michael Deacon
While his aunt, the Duchess of Sanseverina. and her friend, Count Mosca. make plans for his release. Fabrice del Dongo. now a prisoner in the dreaded Farnese Tower, finds an unexpected ally in the person of the Governor's beautiful young daughter, Cielia.
Episode 4


Unknown: Barbara Bray
Unknown: Geraldine McEwan
Unknown: Jack May
Unknown: Michael Deacon
Unknown: Fabrice Del Dongo.
Produced By: Archie Campbell
Narrator: Rolf Lefebvre
Gina: Geraldine McEwan
Ferrante Palla: Andrew Sachs
Count Zurla: Andrew Sachs
General Fontana: William Fox
Prince of Parma: Wilfrid Carter
Count Mosca: Jack May
Rassi: Eric Anderson
Giacopo: Nigel Clayton
Clelia Conti: Jane Wenham
Fabrice: Michael Deacon
Ludovico: Michael Kilgarriff
Cecchina: Margaret Wolfit

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