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Rodney Stone

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by SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE dramatised in four parts by CONSTANCE COX with and and
4: Jim Harrison has mysteriously disappeared before his big fight with Jem Belcher , and itseems a woman might be involved. Sir Charles received a note purporting to come from Jim as a result of which everyone has repaired to the dark, forbidding mansion of Cliffe Royale which, it seems, holds the keys to all secrets.
Directed by DAVID JOHNSTON

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Unknown: Constance Cox
Unknown: Jim Harrison
Unknown: Jem Belcher
Directed By: David Johnston
Rodney: Sean Arnold
Jim Harrison Henry,: Stone Stuart Organ
Champ Harrison: Stamper
Mr Harrison: Charlotte Mitchell
Sir Charles Trcgellis: John Rye
Lord Avon: Terence Morgan
Miss Hinton: Jill Balcon
Anson Stone: Peter Woodthorpe
Mrs Stone: Jean Trend
Sir Lothian Hume: Nigel Graham
Ambrose: Michael Bilton
Sir James Ovington: Peter Tuddenham
First officer: David Peart
Second officer: David Gooderson

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