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' THE PICKWICK PAPERS '

Synopsis

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Some of the adventures of Mr. Samuel Pickwick and his friends related in the novel by Charles Dickens
Adapted for radio into five parts based on Noel Langley 's screenplay and the original novel, with scenes and music from the sound-track of the Langley-Minter picture
(Continued in next column)
Part 3
A discovery and a chase; clearing up all doubts of the Disinterestedness of Mr. Jingle's Character: an important proceeding on the part of Mr. Pickwick; some account of Eatanswill
Programme produced by Thurstan Holland

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. Samuel Pickwick
Novel By: Charles Dickens
Unknown: Noel Langley
Produced By: Thurstan Holland
Mr Samuel Pickwick: James Hayter
Mr Tracy Tupman: Alexander Gauge
Mr Nathaniel Winkle: James Donald
Mr Augustus Snodgrase: Lionel Murton
Mr Wardle: Walter Fitzgerald
Isabel Wardle: Joan Heal
Emily Wardle: Diane Hart
Miss Rachel Wardle: Kathleen Harrison
Mr Alfred Jingle: Nigel Patrick
Mr Perker: Noel Willman
Sam Weller: Harry Fowler
Mrs Bardell: Hermione Baddeley
Mrs Leo Hunter: Joyce Grenfell
Job Trotter: Sam Costa
Miss Witherfield: Athene Sevier
Narrator: Howard Marion-Crawford






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