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Ross Salmon gives the results of his competition.

Aladdin's Wonderful Lamp
by Nina Gernet.
A play in three acts.
[Starring] Moscow State Central Puppet Theatre (Director, Sergei Obraztsov)
By arrangement with the Society for Cultural Relations with the U.S.S.R.

(to 18.05)


Presenter: Ross Salmon
Director (Moscow State Central Puppet Theatre)/Producer (Aladdin's Wonderful Lamp): Sergei Obraztsov
Writer (Aladdin's Wonderful Lamp): Nina Gernet
Composer (Aladdin's Wonderful Lamp): G. Teplitsky
Designer (Aladdin's Wonderful Lamp): B. Tuslukov
Presented for television by (Aladdin's Wonderful Lamp): Alan Sleath
Aladdin, son of Hassan: I. Divov
The Water Carrier: V. Mayzel
The Fisherman: V. Kusov
The Thief: L. Garizhsky
The Grand Vizier: Z. Gerdt
Princess Budur: E. Sinelnikova
The Soothsayer: V. Mayzel
Zeynab, the Princess's servant: A. Guskova
The Cook: V. Kusov
The Sultan: M. Petrov
The Lord High Treasurer: G. Bodrova
The Gaoler: V. Kusov
Aladdin's Mother: L. Kazmina
The Sage, Counsellor to the Sultan: S. Samodur
The Genie: L. Garizhsky
The Lion: V. Kusov

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Children's Television

BBC Television, 2 August 1954 17.00

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