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SATURDAY-NIGHT THEATRE

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A Horseman Riding By by R. F. Delderfield
In this the second of three complete plays from Delderfield's novel about rural Devonshire life, Pauls second marriage, to Claire, has to cope with the problems and heartaches of England during the first world war years. with William Lucas Josephine Tewson and Hilda Schroder
2: Wind in the East
Produced by Guy VAESEN

Contributors

Unknown: R. F. Delderfield
Unknown: William Lucas
Unknown: Josephine Tewson
Unknown: Hilda Schroder
Produced By: Guy Vaesen
The: Shallowfordian Wilfredbabbage
Paul Craddock: William Lucas
Claire Craddock: Josephine Tewson
Maureen Rudd: Eileen Kennally
James Grenfell: Preston Lockwood
John Rudd: Rolf Lefebvre
Henry Pitts: Antony Viccars
Edward Derwent: Harold Kasket
Smut Potter: Malcolm Young
Will Codsall: Henderson Tate
Meg: Potter Sheelahwillcocks
Sam Potter: Donald Pelmear
Ikey Palfrey: Nigel Anthony
Grace Lovell: Hilda Schroder
Norman Eveleigh: Alan Dudley
Rachel Eveleigh: Beth Boyd
Elinor Codsall: Margaret Robertson
Francis Willoughby: Brian Hewlett
Professor Scholtzer: Ronald Herdman
Hazel Potter: Joanna Tope
Keith Horsey: Leroy Lingwood
Lane Phelps: Douglas Hankin
Ambulance driver: Beth Boyd
Simon: Christopher Bidmead

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