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Sunday-Night Theatre: Morning Star

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A television play by James Lansdale Hodson and Donald Wilson.
The play is based on the novel by James Lansdale Hodson.
At 8.30

(Andrew Cruickshank is appearing in 'The House by the Lake' at the Duke of York's Theatre, London)

Contributors

Author/Adapted by: James Lansdale Hodson
Adapted by: Donald Wilson
Designer: John Cooper
Producer: John Jacobs
Seth: Carl Bernard
Richard Lovelace: Reginald Beckwith
Oliver Blackwood: Robert Harris
Boy: Clive Marshall
Frank Knowles: Colin Douglas
Sir Thomas Molyneux: Allan Jeayes
Lady Molyneux: Barbara Couper
Lord Sedgwick: Edward Chapman
Sir Frederick Pick: Henry Oscar
Maid: Sally Lahee
Polly Tremayne: Jean Kent
Hannah Blackwood: Angela Baddeley
Bob Blackwood: Eric Lander
Cheshire: Oliver Johnston
Forsyth: John Rae
Prince: Gabriel Toyne
Brenda Smith: Pamela Gale
Amarilla Arbuthnot: Beryl Measor
A Scotsman: Alastair Hunter
Mr. Fortinbras: Andrew Cruickshank
Waiter: Arthur Lawrence
Barclay Boddington: Gerald Cross

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Sunday-Night Theatre: Morning Star

BBC Television, 2 September 1956 20.30






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