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in 'The Silver Patrol'
A Romantic Musical Drama
Book and Lyrics by BRUCE SIEVIER
Special Orchestrations by WALLY WALLOND
Adaptation and Production by CHARLES
The Cast and Albert Stamp , his Valet JAY LAURIER
The Prologue is set in a London Hotel, after which the scene changes variously from the s.s. Aurora to Government House, Perada-Dream Valley Ranch-and the mountains of Southern Pinelands.
This romantic musical drama was originally written with a view to talking films in the days when they had just started, but facilities were not then available for tackling such an ambitious script. Times have changed, and tonight-and tomorrow in the Regional programme--one or two big firms will be listening with interest.
The story is real full-blooded ' he-man ' stuff with plenty of movement, its principal setting the Southern Pinelands-a place where men are men and girls are capable of looking after themselves, even when faced with the type of ' tough guy ' that abounds.
Jaquita Jackson , tenant of the Dream
Valley Ranch-our heroine-is played by the popular broadcast star, Marjery Wyn , and Lord Rayson, our hero, by Frank Drew , who will be remembered for his broadcast of a leading part in Good-night, Vienna.
Drama must have its comedy relief, which in this instance is in the more than capable hands of Jay Laurier. Tessa Deane , of Derby Day fame, plays the part of a woman whose heart rules her head.
But the central figure round whom the plot turns is the Governor of the Southern Pinelands, Michael O'Hegan -a resolute and magnetic personality. For such a romantic rôle no better player could be found than Harry Welchman.


Unknown: Bruce Sievier
Music By: Pat Thayer
Music By: Albert Stamp
Unknown: Valet Jay Laurier
Conducted By: Stanford Robinson
Unknown: Jaquita Jackson
Unknown: Marjery Wyn
Unknown: Frank Drew
Unknown: Jay Laurier.
Unknown: Tessa Deane
Unknown: Michael O'Hegan
Unknown: Harry Welchman.
Governor Michael O'Hegan: Harry Welchman
Adrian de Brune, his Secretary: Phillip Leaver
Violette Gerhardi: Tessa Deane
Rosie Parker, her Maid: Miriam Ferris
Jaquita Jackson: Marjery Wyn
Captain Standish: Edward Craven
Steward: Sydney Lester
Lord Rayson: Frank Drew

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