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The Cookham Resurrection


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.
A kaleidoscopic impression of the life. thought and works of the painter Stanley Spencer (1891-1959) freely based on the biography by MAURICE COLLIS. with Donald Pleasence as Stanley Spencer
'Sometimes when I pose for him he just arranges my limbs whichever way he wants them ... twisted, sensual ... All my niides, he says, the ones he does of me, will come together, in Cookham Meadow, dotted about like recumbent cows, with lots of black crows in the foreground.' (PATRICIA)
Technical team LEO FEORD ,


Unknown: Peter Everett
Unknown: Stanley Spencer
Unknown: Maurice Collis.
Unknown: Donald Pleasence
Unknown: Stanley Spencer
Unknown: Leo Feord
Unknown: Cedric Johnson
Producer: Richard Wortley
Hilda: Freda Dowie
Dorothy: Oari Hedderwick
Patricia: Jane Knowles
Elsie: Emily Richard
Captain Childe: David Ryall
Landlady: Katherine Parr
Pa CHARLES: E Stidwill
Annie MARY: Clare Nash
Eliza: Susan Colgrave
Pryce-Jones: Geoffrey Matthews
Man: Nigel Anthony
Woman: Karen Archer
Nurse: Anne Jameson

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