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Pride of the Pacific

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
by Rex Rienits
A Couple of Gauguins Johnny and Liz are Intrigued when Mr. Willingham-Hyde books passage on the Cleo for the Marquesas Islands, but refuses to divulge which one he wants to visit. They become even more intrigued when they discover he is an art dealer-knowing, as they do, that at one time Gauguin lived and worked on the Marquesas.
Bill Kerr as Johnny Pride
Ian Wallace as Tanenui
Duncan Mclntyre as Fergus MacBeath
Christina Gray as Liz Mostyn
Produced by VERNON HARRIS
Richard Hurndall is in 'Hostile Witness' at the Haumarket Theatre, London

Contributors

Unknown: Gauguins Johnny
Unknown: Bill Kerr
Unknown: Johnny Pride
Unknown: Ian Wallace
Unknown: Duncan McLntyre
Unknown: Fergus MacBeath
Unknown: Christina Gray
Unknown: Liz Mostyn
Produced By: Vernon Harris
Produced By: Richard Hurndall
Inspector Henri Dupont: Jeffrey Segal
Christopher Willingham-Hyde: Richard Hurndall
Richard Freeman: Derek Birch






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