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Trelawny of the 'Wells'


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A second chance to see this loving and amusing play about theatrical life in the 1880s.
A Play of the Month presentation starring with ... a most refreshing piece ... a production which was full of charm.
(Radio Times People: page 5)


Unknown: Arthur W. Pinero
Producer: Cedric Messina
Director: Herbert Wise
Tom Wrench: John Alderton
Mrs Telfer: Lally Bowers
James Telfer: Graham Crowden
Sir William Gower: Roland Culver
Miss Trafalgar Gower: Rachel Kempson
Arthur Gower: Ian Ogilvy
Imogen Parrott: Moira Redmond
Avonia Bunn: Elizabeth Seal
Rose Trelawny: Elaine Taylor
Ferdinand Gadd: Anthony Ainley
Captain de Foenix: Timothy Carlton
Augustus Colpoys: John Cater
Charles: John Dearth
Mr Ablett: Godfrey James
Mr Denzil: Michael Jenkinson
Mrs Mossop: Lila Kaye
Sarah: Mary Larkin
Clara de Foenix: Karin MacCarthy
Miss Brewster: Stephanie Turner
O'Dwyer: Henry Woolf

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Trelawny of the 'Wells'

BBC One London, 13 August 1972 20.15

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