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Saturday-Night Theatre ' WOLF PACK'


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A play for radio by Jon Manchip White
Cast in order of speaking:
Crew of H.M. Submarine Unicorn and later of U 227:
Harmonica player, Reg Darnley
Seamen and other voices played by members of the cast Produced by Archie Campbell
The action takes place in Whitehall and at sea in the early autumn of 1941.


Unknown: Jon Manchip White
Unknown: Reg Darnley
Produced By: Archie Campbell
Admiralty Staff: Rear-Admiral Shapcott: Arthur Young
Admiralty Staff: Capt Mercombe, R N: James Thomason
Cmdr Kirklees, R N R: John Hollis
Cmdr John Tarlton, R N: William Fox
Lieut Philip Seaton, R N: Michael Anthony
Eng Rear-Admiral Saintsbury: Rolf Lefebvre
Egan: Harold Reese
Donnithorne: Ronald Baddiley
Boydell: John Ruddock
McKerrow: Lan Sadler
Parham: John Bennett
C P O Drage: Will Leighton
Fuller: Edward Jewesbury
Lewis: John Scott
Smithson: Peter Wilde
Lieut Hoskins, R N: Hugh Manning
Sub-Lieut Chatterton, R N: Kenneth Fortescue
W R N S officer: Sheila Grant
U-boat Flotilla Leader: Carl Duering
U-boat Commander: John G Heller
Operation Moonfleet :Capt Maddox, R N: Frederick Treves
Operation Moonfleet : Cmdr Temple, R N: John Cazabon
Anstey: Lan White
Wemyss: Ian Sadler

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Saturday-Night Theatre ' WOLF PACK'

BBC Home Service Basic, 28 June 1958 21.30

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