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The Eustace Diamonds: Part 1


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by Anthony Trollope
Adapted in six parts by Marjorie Deans

Mayfair in the 1860s was rich in titles and in gossip, and a beautiful young widow with an heirloom necklace quickly became the centre of intrigue and scandal.

(David McCallum appears by permission of The Rank Organisation)
Marjorie Deans writes on page 3


Author: Anthony Trollope
Adapted by: Marjorie Deans
Producer: Naomi Capon
Designer: John Cooper
Duke of Omnium: Kynaston Reeves
Lady Glencora: Jessica Dunning
The Rev. Joseph Emilius: Edgar Wreford
Lord Fawn: Robert Eddison
Lady (Lizzie) Eustace: Wendy Williams
The Duke's butler: George McGrath
Robert, the Duke's footman: David Ludman
Julia Macnulty: Rosamund Greenwood
James, Lizzie's footman: Roger Ostime
Frank Greystock: David McCallum
Lady Linlithgow: Marda Vanne
Mr. Camperdown the lawyer: William Mervyn
John Eustace: Graham Crowden
Jenkins, Mr. Camperdown's clerk: Jack Smethurst
Lady Fawn: Jean Cadell
Lucy Morris: Perlita Neilson
Alice, parlourmaid at Fawn Court: Joyce Carpenter
Augusta Fawn: Carol Marsh
Nina Fawn: Angela Crow
Georgina Fawn: Pamela Binns
Lydia Fawn: Angela Sefton

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