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Dorothy Smith in 'JEANNIE'


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by Aimée Stuart
Adapted for broadcasting and produced by Martyn C. Webster
Other parts played by Charles Leno. Geoffrey Wincott. David Kossoff. Jill Nyasa , Basil Jones , Betty Baskcomb , and Harry Ross
Recording of last Saturday's broadcast in the Home Service


Produced By: Martyn C. Webster
Played By: Charles Leno.
Played By: Geoffrey Wincott.
Played By: David Kossoff.
Played By: Jill Nyasa
Played By: Basil Jones
Played By: Betty Baskcomb
Played By: Harry Ross
Jeannie McLean: Dorothy Smith
Mr McLean, her father: Ian Sadler
Mrs Whitelaw a neighbour: Betty Hardy
Bessie: Molly Weir
Maggie: Margot MacAlaster
Stanley Smith: Frank Partington
The Blonde: Irene Prador
The Count: Olaf Olsen
The ' Mistress ': Nell Ballantyne

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Dorothy Smith in 'JEANNIE'

Light Programme, 8 July 1946 16.30

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