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Saturday-Night Theatre Grizelda Hervey and Heron Carvic in THE GREEN GODDESS'


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Play by William Archer , adapted for broadcasting by Howard Rose , produced by Fred O'Donovan
Other parts played by Frank Cochrane ,
John Dodsworth , Duncan McIntyre , and Charles Maunsell
Scene : A remote region at the back of the Himalaya Mountains


Play By: William Archer
Broadcasting By: Howard Rose
Duced By: Fred O'Donovan
Played By: Frank Cochrane
Played By: John Dodsworth
Unknown: Duncan McIntyre
Unknown: Charles Maunsell
Major Antony Crespin: Cyril Gardiner
Docio1- Basil Trahernc: Richard Williams
Lucilla Maiot Crespin's wife: Grizelda Hervey
A High Priest: Alexander Sarner
A Temple Priest: Bernard Rebel
Lieutenant Denis Cardew: Basil Jones
Watkins, his valet: Jonathan Field
A Native Sentry: Alan Blair
The Raja of Rukh: Heron Carvic

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Saturday-Night Theatre Grizelda Hervey and Heron Carvic in THE GREEN GODDESS'

BBC Home Service Basic, 25 March 1944 21.35

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