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'Curtain Up!' 'THE FOUR JUST MEN'


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Adapted by Felix Felton from the novel by Edgar Wallace
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Produced by Donald McWhinnie


Adapted By: Felix Felton
Novel By: Edgar Wallace
Produced By: Donald McWhinnie
The Four Just Men: Manfred: Valentine Dyall
The Four Just Men: Poiccart: Howard Marion-Crawford
The Four Just Men: Gonsalez: Felix Felton
The Four Just Men: Thery: Theodore Bikel
Editor of ' The Megaphone ': Lockwood West'
Smith, a reporter on ' The Megaphone: Charles Leno
Sir Philip Ramon, Foreign Secretary: Ivan Samson
Member for West Brondesbury: Maurice Bannister
Member for Ormskirk: Hugh Manning
Member for Aldgate East: Charles Lefeaux
Prime Minister: Charles Mortimer
Detective Inspector Falmouth: Duncan McLntyre
Assistant Commissioner of ScotlandYard: Basil Dignam
A trustee: Edward Forsyth
Welby a Foreign Editor: Hugh Manning
Jenkins Sir Philip Ramon's Secretary: Lionel Stevens
Ross, of Pinkerton's Agency: Alastair Duncan
Jackson, a policeman: Maurice Bannister
Sergeant Howard: Alastair Duncan
Billy Marks a pickpocket: David Kossoff
Coroner: Cyril Gardiner
Sir Francis Katling: Charles Lefeaux
Carson: Edward Forsyth
Perks, Sir Philip Ramon's butler: Frank Atkinson
An electrician: Lionel Stevens
Storyteller Raf de: La Torre

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'Curtain Up!' 'THE FOUR JUST MEN'

Light Programme, 27 July 1949 20.45

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