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The Rise and Fall of Cesar Birotteau: Part 4: Give us this day


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by Honore de Balzac.
dramatised in four parts by Anthony Steven.'Do you still not understand, Cesar? He has absconded. All clients' money held by him in cash has travelled with him'.
Recorded in the BBC's Glasgow studio
Repeated on Wednesday at 8.50


Author: Honore de Balzac
Dramatised by: Anthony Steven
Story Editor: Michael Voysey
Lighting: Jimmie Maiden
Sound: Ian Dunn
Costumes supervised by: Kirstie Colam
Make-up supervised by: Ann Donnelly
Designer: Archie Clark
Producer: Douglas Allen
Director: Michael Barry
Cesar Birotteau: Morris Perry
Flamede la Billardiere: John Gabriel
Cesarine Birotteau: Isobel Black
Abram Gobseck: Felix Felton
Charles Claparon: Emrys James
Adolphe Keller: Will Leighton
Ferdinand du Tille: Alan Rowe
Claudine: Diana Day
Constance Birotteau: Gwen Watford
Anselme Popino: John Noakes
Philippe Gaudissar: Frederick Bartman
Baron Nucingen: Hilton Edwards
Delphine: Jemma Hyde
Sarah: Camilla Hasse
Lawyer: John Lancaster
Chief Justice: Michael O'Halloran
Attorney General: Anthony Jacobs

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The Rise and Fall of Cesar Birotteau: Part 4: Give us this day

BBC Two England, 4 July 1965 19.55

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