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by Li Hsing-fu
The fourteenth-century Chinese play translated by WILLIAM DOLBY
Adapted for broadcasting and produced by TERENCE TILLER
Cast in order of speaking:
Third broadcast


Unknown: Li Hsing-Fu
Translated By: William Dolby
Produced By: Terence Tiller
Mrs Chang: Valerie Taylor
Chang Lin: Peter Marinker
Chang Cherry-Apple: Sheila Allen
Squire Ma: Harold Kasket
Number One Wife: June Tobin
Chao: Robert Rietty
Su Shun: Olaf Pooley
First Attendant: Peter Marinker
Second Attendant: Michael Kilgarriff
First neighbour: Michael Kilgarriff
Second Neighbour: Ralph Truman
Fourth Aunty Liu: Valerie Taylor
Big Sister Chang: Eva Haddon
Shou-Lang: Eva Haddon
Wine Merchant: Michael Kilgarriff
T'ung Chao: Trader Faulkner
Hseuh Pa: Ralph Truman
Chang Ch'ien: Olaf Pooley
Judge Pao: Harold Kasket

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