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Just Perfick


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with Bernard Miles , Betty Marsden Written by EDDIE MAGUIRE
Based on the Larkin family saga by H. E. BATES Part 8, taken from
When the Green Wood Laugh
Charley and Mariette are finally married and now Pop Larkin sets his mind to selling Bluff Court, which he bought for a song, to the Jerebohms. He succeeds, but not before Corinne Perigo 's gossiping tongue brings her once more into conflict with Pop and Ma. Pop Goes the Weasel
Cast in order of speaking:
(Part 9: next Tues, 8.15 pm)


Unknown: Bernard Miles
Unknown: Betty Marsden
Written By: Eddie Maguire
Unknown: H. E. Bates
Unknown: Pop Larkin
Unknown: Corinne Perigo
Produced By: Alastair Scott Johnston
Pop: Bernard Miles
Ma: Betty Marsden
Mr Jerebohm (' Sunbeam '): James Thomason
Pinkie Jerebohm: Margot Boyd
Mariette: Alexa Romanes
Charley: Michael Harbour
Corinne Perigo: Madi Hedd
Edith Pilchester: Grizeld Ahervey

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