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Saturday-Night Theatre presents Reginald Tate in ' CLIVE OF INDIA'


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A play by W. P. Lipscomb and R. J. Minney
Cast in order of speaking:
Music specially composed by P. Racine Fricker
Production by Ayton Whitaker
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Play By: W. P. Lipscomb
Play By: R. J. Minney
Composed By: P. Racine Fricker
Production By: Ayton Whitaker
Narrator: Peter Howell
Mr Warburton: Jeffrey Segal
Mr Kent: Rolf Lefebvre
Mr Manning: John Ruddock
Edmund Maskelyne: Richard Bebb
Mr Pemberton: Bryan Powley
Robert Clive: Reginald Tate
Mr. Pigot, Governor of Fort St. David: John Gabriel
Sergeant Clark: Jack Allen
Ayah: Dorothy Holmes-Gore
Margaret: Ursula Howells
Mir Jaffar: Manning Wilson
Omichand: Ian Sadler
Admiral Watson: Richard Williams
An Indian woman: Janet Burnell
Mrs Clifford: Catherine Salkeld
Betty: Mairhi Russell
Lord Chatham: Edgar Norfolk

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Saturday-Night Theatre presents Reginald Tate in ' CLIVE OF INDIA'

BBC Home Service Basic, 20 November 1954 21.15

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