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A musical version
Written and composed by Lawrence Waddy
with Robin Hall and Jimmie Macgregor
Alex Welsh and his Band
Other parts played by: Carmen Munroe, Juliette Ligertwood, Enrik Rose, Brian Stobbs, Yvette and Yvonne Cox, Gordon Hunt
At the organ, TOM MCCALL
Dance movements, Tutte Lemkow
Design. Michael Young
First transmission on BBC-1, June 16, 1963


Composed By: Lawrence Waddy
Unknown: Robin Hall
Unknown: Jimmie MacGregor
Unknown: Alex Welsh
Played By: Carmen Munroe
Played By: Juliette Ligertwood
Played By: Enrik Rose
Played By: Brian Stobbs
Played By: Yvonne Cox
Unknown: Gordon Hunt
Unknown: Tom McCall
Design: Michael Young
Producer: Christian Simpson
Job: George Webb
Job's wife: Isabelle Lucas
Job's friends: The Southlanders
The Devil: Tutte Lemkow
The Voice of the Lord: Ludlow Dawes

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