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Sunday-Night Theatre presents: The Day's Mischief

Synopsis

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by Lesley Storm
[Starring] Sebastian Shaw, Catherine Lacey, Meredith Edwards

The action takes place in Rugford, a provincial English town.

Contributors

Writer: Lesley Storm
Designer: Guy Sheppard
Producer: Stephen Harrison
Stephen Barlow: Sebastian Shaw
Laura Vining: Jill Williams
Grace Barlow: Catherine Lacey
Mrs. Usher: Beatrice Varley
Henry Vining: Meredith Edwards
Evelyn Vining: Maureen Pryor
Vi Vining: Renee Houston
Sally: Pamela Binns
Phoebe: Lesley Nunnerley
Miss Faber: Edith Sharpe
Police: John Bown
Police: Keith Grieve






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