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by Anthony Trollope
Adapted for broadcasting in twelve parts by H. Oldfield Box
Episode 9
Cast in order of speaking
Produced by Archie Campbell
-Lucy Morris has now been several months in her new situation, as companion to that disagreeable old woman, Lady Ambleside. Frank Greystock, still doubting the wisdom of his engagement to her (and still deeply involved in Lizzie's affairs) has continued to neglect her. But Lucy will not admit, even to herself, that she has lost faith in him; and so she has refused Lady Fawn's pressing invitation to return to Fawn Court.
Lizzie, after her long stay at Portray
Castle, has just returned to London. But her journey from Scotland has been attended by a most dramatic incident-the theft, at Carlisle, of that iron box in which she has always kept the Eustace diamonds.


Unknown: Anthony Trollope
Unknown: H. Oldfield
Produced By: Archie Campbell
Unknown: Lucy Morris
Narrator: Geoffrey Lewis
Lizzie Eustace: Belle Chrystall
Frank Greystock: Lewis Stringer
Lady Ambleside: Mabel Terry Lewis
Lucy Morris: Patricia Field
Lady Ambleside's maid: Oiga Dickie
Bunfit: Russell Napier
Major Macintosh: Donald Gray
Miss Wilkins: Nan Marriott-Watson
Sarah, Lizzie's maid: Mary Williams
Mrs Carbuncle: Patricia Hilliard
Magistrate: John Turnbull

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