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by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle arranged for broadcasting in nine episodes by NAN MACDONALD with and 1: How Alleyne Edricson Carne Out into the World
Other parts played by Harry Markham , Jack Woolgar Ella Atkinson , Norma Wilson Norman Somers , John Broad -bent, and Henry Livings
Sung of the White Company set to music by WILLIAM RELTON sung by a chorus from the NELSON ARION MALE VOICE CHOIR
Produced by TREVOR HILL


Unknown: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Unknown: Nan MacDonald
Unknown: Alleyne Edricson
Played By: Harry Markham
Played By: Jack Woolgar
Played By: Ella Atkinson
Played By: Norma Wilson
Played By: Norman Somers
Unknown: John Broad
Unknown: Henry Livings
Music By: William Relton
Produced By: Trevor Hill
Samkin Aylward: Victor Lucas
Alleyne Edricson: David Spensej
John of Hordle: James Luxton
The Abbot of Beaulieu: David Mahlowe
Chancellor: Robert Wallace
The Chronicler: Ronald Harvi

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