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Phyllis Neilson-Terry with Howard Marion-Crawford in ' HENRY OF NAVARRE'


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by William Devereux
Radio version by John Keir Cross
Henry, King of Navarre
Howard Marion-Crawford
Catherine de' Medici, the Queen
Mother Phyllis Neilson-Terry
Charles IX, King of France
Charles Hawtrey
The Due d'Anjou his brother
Max Miradin
Marguerite de Valois, his sister
Pamela Alan
(Continued in next column)
, and Scene: The Royal Apartments of the Palace of the Louvre in Paris. 1572
Production by Hugh Stewart
See ' Drama Diary? on page 21


Unknown: William Devereux
Unknown: John Keir Cross
Unknown: Mother Phyllis Neilson-Terry
Unknown: Max Miradin
Unknown: Pamela Alan
Production By: Hugh Stewart
The Due de Guise: Heron Carvic
Tavannes, attendant to Guise: Arthur Lawrence
De Mouhy, attendant to Henry: Norman Shelley
Cosmo Ruggieri, the Court Astrologer: Robert Farquharson
Marie Belleforet, maid-in-waiting to Marguerite: Mairhi Russell
M. de Rochefoucauld: Gordon Collyer
A majordomo: Michael O'Halloran
The Presenter: John van Eyssen
Ladies and Gentlemen of the Court:: Thelma Hughes.
Ladies and Gentlemen of the Court:: Rosamund Greenwood,
Ladies and Gentlemen of the Court:: Douglas Hayes,
Ladies and Gentlemen of the Court:: Norman Mitchell,
Ladies and Gentlemen of the Court:: Aubrey Richards
Ladies and Gentlemen of the Court:: Brian Hayes

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Phyllis Neilson-Terry with Howard Marion-Crawford in ' HENRY OF NAVARRE'

BBC Home Service Basic, 6 April 1953 21.15

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