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Little Lord Fauntleroy


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by FRANCES HODGSON BURNETT Dramatised in six parts by JACK GERSON
Part 4: starring
Preston Lockwood as Havisham and Glenn Anderson as Lord Fauntleroy Cedric and his grandfather have become great friends but the latter still refuses to recognise Cedric's mother. While returning from church, the Earl's coach is stoned by the small son of one of his poverty-stricken tenants.
Music composed by KENNY CLAYTON Producer BARRY LETTS


Unknown: Frances Hodgson Burnett
Unknown: Jack Gerson
Unknown: Preston Lockwood
Unknown: Glenn Anderson
Unknown: Lord Fauntleroy Cedric
Composed By: Kenny Clayton
Producer: Barry Letts
Director: Paul Annett
Earl of Dorincourt: Paul Rogers
Mrs Errol: Jennie Linden
Higgins: Ian Thompson
Dawson: Cherry Morris
Newick: Ray Armstrong
Young Higgins: Michael Kent
Mather ,: Max Faulkner
Hooper: Mischa De La Motte
Lady Lorridaile: Dorothy Reynolds
Innkeeper: Nicholas McArdle
Braxton n: Tony Beckley

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