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'Véronique' with GEORGE GRAVES


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in his original role as Monsieur Coquenard
A Broadcasting Version of the Comic Opera by A. VANLOO and G. DuvAL
(English Version by HENRY HAMILTON )
With alterations and additions by PERCY GREENBANK
Characters in the order of their appearance
Flowergirls, Customers, National Reservists, Guests, etc.
I. Coquenard's Flowershop, The
Temple of Flora', on the Boulevard de la Madeleine, Paris
2. The Forest, Roman ville
3. The Tournebride Restaurant
4. A Reception Room, The Tuilerie3
Period : 1840
Adaptation and Production by GORDON MCCONNEL
' Veronique ' was broadcast in the National programme on Thursday evening
See the article by Willson Disher on page 11


Unknown: Monsieur Coquenard
Unknown: A. Vanloo
Unknown: G. Duval
Unknown: Henry Hamilton
Conducted By: Stanford Robinson
Production By: Gordon McConnel
Unknown: Willson Disher
Agatha (Madame Coquenard): Janet Lind
Monsieur Coquenard (Proprietor of 'The Temple of Flora'): George Graves
Sophie (a flower girl): Heather Boys
Seraphin (a groom in the service of Helene de Soulanges): .John Rorke
Helene de Soulanges (a wealthy heiress): Betty Huntley-Wright
Ermerance, Comtesse du Champ d'Azur (her aunt): Esther Coleman
Florestan de Valaincourt (a philanderer): Michael Cole
Monsieur Loustot, alias Baron de Merlettes (bailiff): Ernest Sefton
Denise (Seraphin's bride): Lorely Dyer

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'Véronique' with GEORGE GRAVES

Regional Programme London, 4 October 1935 20.00

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