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Riohard Williams Richard Hurndall and Alastair Duncan in ' LINES OF COMMUNICATION'

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A new play written for broadcasting by Paul Scott
Production by Donald McWhinnie

Contributors

Broadcasting By: Paul Scott
Production By: Donald McWhinnie
Personnel of the Air Supply Company:The Major, commanding: Richard Williams
Captain Scott (Scottie): Derek Birch
Captain Parrish (Bill): Basil Jones
Captain Brown (Johnnie): Alastair Duncan
Lieutenant Taylor (Jim): Richard Hurndall
Lieutenant Smith (Geoff): Paul Martin
Jemadar Sahib, a Viceroy's com missioned officer...: Abraham Sofaer
Havildar Clerk Nimu: Roger Delgado
Moti Lai, a sepoy orderly: Arthur Grose
Other Officers:Lieutenant-Colonel Baxter: Eric Anderson
Major Shelley: Ronald Marriott
In the jungle and airstrip sequences: Private Jones: Ronald Sidney
In the jungle and airstrip sequences: Private Whiteway: Eric Francie
In the jungle and airstrip sequences: An officer: Nigel Coles
In the jungle and airstrip sequences: A sergeant: David Kossoff
In the jungle and airstrip sequences: A corporal: Charles Wade
In the jungle and airstrip sequences: Two pilots of the U.S.A.A.F.: David Kossoff
In the jungle and airstrip sequences: Two pilots of the U.S.A.A.F.: Arthur Gross






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