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Sunday-Night Theatre presents: Dark Victory


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by George Brewer, Jnr. and Bertram Bloch.
[Starring] Edana Romney and Stephen Murray
The action takes place on Judith Traherne's estate, an hour's drive from London, and ends at David Steele's house in Scotland.
Time, the present
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Writer: George Brewer, Jnr.
Writer: Bertram Bloch
Designer: Richard Wilmot
Producer: Rudolph Cartier
David Steele, Ph.D., M.B., B.Sc., F.R.C.S: Stephen Murray
Miss Wainwright: Ruth Gower
Messenger: Scott Harrold
Dr. Parsons: Allan Jeayes
Judith Traherne: Edana Romney
Alden Blaine: Naomi Chance
Bill Ewing: Terence Alexander
Connie Ewing: Annabel Maule
Elsie: Ellen Blueth
Janette Borden: Jill Melford
Michael: Shay Gorman
Leslie Clarke: Richard Waring
Miss Jenny: Jean Cadell
Postman: Eric Lugg

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Sunday-Night Theatre presents: Dark Victory

BBC Television, 18 November 1956 20.30

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