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THE SUNDAY PLAY

Synopsis

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The Torrents of Spring
A radio play by Martin Starkie and Brian Deakin from the story by Ivan Turgenev translated from the Russian by DRAGOSLAV RANCHICH end MARTIN STARKIE with Tony Britton , Maxine Audley Olive Cregg
Cost m order of speaking:
Other parts played by Godfrey Kenton. Jonathan Scott Lewis Stringer
Produced by WILLIAM GLEN-DOEPEL
Broadcast on December 10. 1962

Contributors

Play By: Martin Starkie
Play By: Brian Deakin
Story By: Ivan Turgenev
Unknown: Dragoslav Ranchich
Unknown: Martin Starkie
Unknown: Tony Britton
Played By: Godfrey Kenton.
Played By: Jonathan Scott
Played By: Lewis Stringer
Produced By: William Glen-Doepel
Dimitri Pavlovich Sanin: Tony Britton
Sergei: Lee Fox
Gemma: Olive Gregg
Pantaleone Cippatola: Earle Grey
Sitnora Roselli: Vivienne Chatterton
Emilio: Nigel Anthony
Herr Kluber: Denis McCarthy
Baron von Donhof: John Pullen
Lieut von Richter: David Valla
Ippolit Sidorich Polozov: John Moffatt
Maria Nikolaevna Polozov: Maxine Audley

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