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Churchill's People


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A set of 26 plays based on passages from WINSTON S. CHURCHILL'S
A History of the English-Speaking Peoples
Episode 16: March On, Boys!bv BEVERLY CROSS
Music composed by MALCOLM WILLIAMSON Conducted by MARCUS DODS
Devised by BRIAN RAWLINSON Script editor and GERALD SAVORY Producer Make-up MARION RICHARDS


Composed By: Malcolm Williamson
Conducted By: Marcus Dods
Unknown: Brian Rawlinson
Unknown: Gerald Savory
Unknown: Marion Richards
Designer: Betty Aldiss
Unknown: Dave Sydenham
Director: Peter Hammond
William Davenant: Ian Hendry
John Loxley: Clive Francis
Titania: Polly James
the Earl of Strafford: Guy Rolfe
Elizabeth Rush: Annette Crosbie
Sir Jacob Astley: Patrick Barr
Oliver Cromwell: Bernard Hepton
Thomas Rush: Neil McCarthy
Alice Rush: Joanna Lloyd
Archbishop Laud: Peter Pratt
Labourer: Steve Emerson
Italian priest: Ray Roberts
Chaplain: Andrew Lane
King Charles I: Daniel Brian
Queen Henrietta Maria: Jean Sadgrove
Charles, Prince of Wales: Paul Ambrose
Dancers, Singers in masque: Christopher Robinson
Dancers, Singers in masque: Nikki Heard
Dancers, Singers in masque: Janey Kells
Dancers, Singers in masque: Claire Welch
Dancers, Singers in masque: Liz Bagley
Dancers, Singers in masque: Karen Rabinowitz
Dancers, Singers in masque: Thorey Mountain

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