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Monday Matinee 'PASSPORT TO PIMLICO'

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A radio adaptation by Charles Hatton of the screen play by T. E. B. Clarke
Other parts played by Joe Sterne ,
Patrick Westwood , Ben Williams
John Hussey. Allan Jeayes
Cyril Conway , Mary Williams and Derek Prentice
Pianist, Cicely Hoye
Produced by Norman Wright

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Hatton
Play By: T. E. B. Clarke
Played By: Joe Sterne
Played By: Patrick Westwood
Played By: Ben Williams
Unknown: John Hussey.
Unknown: Allan Jeayes
Unknown: Cyril Conway
Unknown: Mary Williams
Pianist: Cicely Hoye
Produced By: Norman Wright
Arthur Pemberton: Charles Leno
Connie: Giadys Henson
Shirley: Virginia Hewett
Frank Huggins: Michael Harding
Molly: Violet Loxley
Mr Wix: Ronald Sidney
Ted Spiller: Eric Lugg
Benny: Kenneth Williams
Fred Cowan: Danny Green
Edie Randall: Elsa Palmer
Professor Hatton-Jones: Winifred Oughton
Monty Cowan: Malcolm Knight
Sid Pardoe: Lewis Stringer
Charlie: Tom Webster
Straker: Eric Anderson
Gregg: Donald Price
Sebastien, Duke of Burgundy: Christopher Lee

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Monday Matinee 'PASSPORT TO PIMLICO'

Light Programme, 6 October 1952 16.30






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