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Thursday's Child

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by NOEL STREATFEILD
A new six-part serial adapted for television by JOHN TULLY
Part 1: Three of Everything
Margaret Thursday is distressed when she learns that she has to go to an orphanage....
Orphans and school children from the BARBARA SPEAKE SCHOOL
Music composed and conducted by TOM MCCALL
Arranged by ALFRED RALSTON Designer ANTONY THORPE
Film cameraman HENRY FARRAB Sound recordist MIKE SAVAGE Film editor MONICA MEAD
Producer DOROTHEA BROOKING

Contributors

Unknown: Noel Streatfeild
Television By: John Tully
Unknown: Barbara Speake
Conducted By: Tom McCall
Arranged By: Alfred Ralston
Designer: Antony Thorpe
Unknown: Henry Farrab
Unknown: Mike Savage
Editor: Monica Mead
Producer: Dorothea Brooking
Margaret Thursday: Claire Walker
Hannah: Elsie Arnold
Miss Sylvia: Mary Holder
Miss Selina: Margot McCalaster
Rector: Peter Neil
Miss Jones: Anne Pichon
Lavinia Beresford: Gillian Bailey
Peter Beresford: Simon Gipps-Kent
Horatio Beresford: David Tully
Matron: Althea Parker
Susan: Maxine Kalli
Winifred: Cindy O'Callaghan
Miss Snelston: Caroline Harris

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