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Part 8 of a radio version, written by Henrik Ege , of the novel by D. L. Murray. Music composed and selected by Mark H. Lubbock. Orchestra conducted by Percival Mackey. Produced by Reginald Smith
Principal characters in order, of speaking
Period December 24. 1896 — June 22.
1897 Place: London


Written By: Henrik Ege
Novel By: D. L. Murray.
Unknown: Mark H. Lubbock.
Conducted By: Percival MacKey.
Charles Lachmann: C Denier Warren
Violet: Joan Young
Alf Davenant: Dick Francis
Hollins: Beatrice Varley
Call Boy: Anthony Puddick
Sir Julius Davenant: Frederick Burtwell
Wimbleton: Wilfred Fletcher
Josephs: Peter Cozens
Francis Ingram: Francis James
Rose Marchmont: Cherry Cottrell
Marguerite Hope-Felton: Enid Sass
Lady Polly Ardlingbury: Diana Morrison
Capt the Hon Everard Ardlingbury: Derek Birch
Algie Winter: John Bryning
Street Vendor: Edwin Ellis
Sam Rubens: Hugh Miller
Simeon Rubens: John Slater

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