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Story Parade: Not for Every Eye

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by Gerard Bessette.
Translated by Glen Shortliffe.
Dramatised by M. Charles Cohen.
With Norman Rodway, David Bauer and Diana Coupland, Bruce Boa
(First transmitted on BBC-2, May 22)

Contributors

Author: Gerard Bessette
Translated by: Glen Shortliffe
Dramatised by: M. Charles Cohen
Music composed by: Douglas Gamley
Story editor: Irene Shubik
Designer: Richard Henry
Producer: Eric Tayler
Director: Alan Gibson
Herve Jodoin: Norman Rodway
Martin Nault: Gordon Tanner
Mlle. Galarneau: Araby Lockhart
Leon Chicoine: David Bauer
Mlle. Morin: Janet Brandes
Mlle. Placide: Virginia Bedard
Rose Bouthiller: Diana Coupland
The waiter: Rick Jones
Old Manseau: James Dyrenforth
Mlle. Tessort: Natalie Kent
Martin Guerard: Karl Lanchbury
Father Bonet: Bruce Boa
Old lady: Margaret Boyd
'Andre Gide': Robert D'Ancona
Stationmaster: Cal McCord
Father Superior: John Henderson
The gossips: Natalie Benesch
The gossips: Gwen Lewis
The gossips: Natalie Lynn
The gossips: Kathleen Saintsbury
Young man: Harvey Spencer
Truck driver: John Sterland
M. Senesac: David Healy

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Story Parade: Not for Every Eye

BBC Two England, 11 September 1964 21.45






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