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Gaslight Theatre: Sweeney Todd or The Demon Barber of Fleet Street

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The fully augmented two-piece orchestra, including Martia Eitler (violin), will be conducted by Mr. Maurice Arnold (pianoforte)
The New Electric Lights were all manhandled by Mr. John Summers
Acousticals were in the Sound hand of Mr. Dick Chamberlain
The Make-Ups by Miss Wendy Playford (a Master of Facial Control)
The New Habits were made proper by Mrs. Olive Harris
The Lavish Scenes made Beyond All Belief by Mr. Colin Pigott
The Manuscript (and Actors) were beneath the Constant Notice of Mr. Alec Clunes
The Whole was Judiciously Adjusted to your screen by Mr. Bryan Sears
(Maurice Arnold appears by arrangement with Bernard Delfont Ltd.; Roy Holder is a National Theatre Player)

Contributors

Violinist: Martia Eitler
Pianist/orchestra conducted by: Mr. Maurice Arnold
Lighting: John Summers
Sound: Dick Chamberlain
Make-up: Wendy Playford
Costumes: Olive Harris
Designer: Colin Pigott
Script/Producer: Alec Clunes
Presented by: Bryan Sears
Sweeney Todd the Demon Barber: Mr. Alfred Marks
The Major and The Rev. Lupin: Mr. Ronnie Barker
Ikey, Jean Parmine, Mr. Fogg and the Judge: Mr. Warren Mitchell
Mr. Kilmarnock and Mr. Oakley: Mr. Leslie French
Mrs. Lovett and Mrs. Oakley: Miss Patricia Hayes
Mark Ingestrie and The Beadle: Mr. John Cower
Mrs. Ragg and Mrs. Kilmarnock: Miss Vivienne Bennett
Johanna: Miss Belinda Carroll
Jarvis: Master Roy Holder
Tobias: Master Alan Baulch

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Gaslight Theatre: Sweeney Todd or The Demon Barber of Fleet Street

BBC Two England, 7 August 1965 19.50






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