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VHF only by ROBERT BAGE , dramatised in five parts by D. G. BRIDSON with Blain Fairman as Charles Hermsprong Elizabeth Cassidy as Caroline Campinet Patricia Gallimore as Maria Fluart and Noel Johnson as Lord Grondale
3: Lord Grondale Becomes a Suitor and in the process Miss Fluart begins to further her plans for quite a different marriage. Directed by ROGER PINE BBC Birmingham


Unknown: Robert Bage
Unknown: D. G. Bridson
Unknown: Blain Fairman
Unknown: Charles Hermsprong
Unknown: Elizabeth Cassidy
Unknown: Caroline Campinet
Unknown: Patricia Gallimore
Unknown: Maria Fluart
Unknown: Noel Johnson
Directed By: Roger Pine
Gregory Glen: Michael Harbour
Sir Philip Chestrum: Nigel Anthony
Mr Sumelin: Alexander John
Mrs Sumelin: Jane Hylton
Harriet Sumelin: Sandra Clark
Dr Blick: Geoffrey Matthews
Lady Chestrum: Penelope Shaw
Mrs Stone: Eileen Barry
James Smith: Terry Molloy

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