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AFTERNOON THEATRE Carrington, v.C.

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by Dorothy and Campbell Christie adapted for broadcasting by PEGGY WELLS with Kenneth More as Major Carrington
Virginia McKenna as Captain Alison Graham
Coral Browne as Valerie Carrington
The peacetime court-martial of Major Carrington, v.c, is the story of a war hero who makes one terrible mistake.
Cast in order of speaking:
Produced by CEDRIC MESSINA Broadcast on June 11
Brewster Mason broadcasts by permission of H. M. Tennent; Ltd.

Contributors

Unknown: Campbell Christie
Broadcasting By: Peggy Wells
Unknown: Kenneth More
Unknown: Major Carrington
Unknown: Virginia McKenna
Unknown: Captain Alison Graham
Unknown: Coral Browne
Unknown: Valerie Carrington
Produced By: Cedric Messina
Unknown: Brewster Mason
Evans: Anthony Hall
Sgt Crane: Frank Partington
Cooke: Peter Claughton
Judge Advocate: James Thomason
Major Carrington, v c: Kenneth More
The Prosecutor: Brewster Mason
Bombadier Owen: Tom Watson
Capt Foljambe: Robert Bishop
The President: Charles Simon
Major Forbes: John Pullen
Lt -Col Huxford: Jonathan Scott
Major Panton: Lewis Stringer
Capt Alison Graham: Virginia McKenna
Valerie Carrington: Coral Browne
Lt -Col Henniker: Rolf Lefebvre

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AFTERNOON THEATRE Carrington, v.C.

BBC Home Service Basic, 26 November 1962 15.00






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