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Late Night Horror: The Triumph of Death


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by H. Russell Wakefield
Dramatised by David Campton
starring Claire Bloom
with Nora Nicholson


Author: H. Russell Wakefield
Dramatised by: David Campton
Incidental music by: Norman Kay
Music: The BBC Radiophonic Workshop
Designer: Marilyn Taylor
Producer: Harry Moore
Director: Rudolph Cartier
Amelia Lornon: Claire Bloom
Miss Pendleham: Nora Nicholson
Redvale: Robert James
Mrs Redvale: Jean Anderson
Executioner: Dave Griffiths
Child: Brenda Bodman
Child: Linette Meredith
Child: Jimmy Meachin

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Late Night Horror: The Triumph of Death

BBC One London, 2 January 1970 23.05

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