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Alfred Drayton in ' THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER '


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A comedy by Moss Hart and George F. Kaufman , adapted for broadcasting by Hugh Stewart. Produced by Felix Felton


Comedy By: Moss Hart
Comedy By: George F. Kaufman
Broadcasting By: Hugh Stewart.
Produced By: Felix Felton
Mrs Ernest W Stanley: Ella Milne
Miss Preen: Maria Barry
Richard Stanley: Peter Hammond
June Stanley: Olive Gregg
John ,: David Kossoff
Mrs Dexter: Joan Clement Scott
Mrs McCutcheon: Betty Baskcomb
Mr Stanley: Ernest Jay
Maggie Cutler: Rita Vale
Dr Bradley: Laidman Browne
Sheridan Whiteside: Alfred Drayton
Harriet Stanley: Gladys Spencer
Bert Jefferson: Leslie Bradley
Professor Metz: Frederick Schiller
Sandy: Anthony Jacobs
Lorraine Sheldon: Tucker McGuire
Beverly Carlton: Michael Ward
Banjo: Tommy Duggap

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Alfred Drayton in ' THE MAN WHO CAME TO DINNER '

BBC Home Service Basic, 23 December 1946 21.15

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