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Children's Television

Synopsis

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The Red Lion
A story by Marjorie Perraton.
Told by Mary Clare.

Children's International Newsreel

Jesus of Nazareth: Part 5
Written and produced by Joy Harington.
A cycle of eight plays on the life of Our Lord.

(to 18.00)

Contributors

Writer (The Red Lion): Marjorie Perraton
Storyteller (The Red Lion): Mary Clare
Writer/producer (Jesus of Nazareth): Joy Harington
Narrator (Jesus of Nazareth): John Glen
Religious adviser (Jesus of Nazareth): Robert C. Walton
Designer (Jesus of Nazareth): Richard Henry
Film cameraman (Jesus of Nazareth): Peter Sargent
Film editor (Jesus of Nazareth): John Pullen
Jesus: Tom Fleming
Simon Peter: Powys Thomas
James: Richard Grant
John: Michael Bryant
Thomas: John Dunbar
Matthew: Robert Gillespie
Philip: Philip Guard
Andrew: John Glen
Little Boy: Kevin Kelly
Judas: Anthony Jacobs
Nathaniel Bartholomew: Harry Dickson
Simon Zealot: Jack Stewart
James Alphaus: John Baker
Thaddeus: Alan Rolfe
A father: John Franklyn
Boy: Jonathan Swift
A Soldier: David Spenser






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