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HARRY WELCHMAN in 'The Silver Patrol'

Synopsis

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A Romantic Musical Drama
Book and Lyrics by BRUCE SIEVIER
Music by PAT THAYER
Special Orchestrations by WALLY
WALLOND
Adaptation and Production by CHARLES
BREWER
The Cast and The WIRELESS CHORUS (Section C)
THE B.B.C. THEATRE ORCHESTRA conducted by STANFORD ROBINSON
The Prologue is set in a London Hotel' after which the scene changes variously from the s.s. Aurora to Government House, Perada-Dream Valley Ranch— and the mountains of Southern Pinelands
(' The Silver Patrol' was broadcast in the National programme on Tuesday night)

Contributors

Unknown: Bruce Sievier
Music By: Pat Thayer
Conducted By: Stanford Robinson
Governor Michael O'Hegan: Harry Welchman
Adrian de Brune, his Secretary: Phillip Leaver
Violette Gerhardt: Tessa Deane
Rosie Parker, her -Maid: Miriam Ferris
Taquita Jackson: Marjery Wyn
Captain Standish: Edward Craven
Steward: Sydney Lester
Lord Rayson: Frank Drew
Albert Stamp, his Valet: Jay Laurier






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