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A Chinese Play in a Chinese Manner in Three Acts, by George C. Hazelton and Benrimo
Music by William Furst
Tai Fah Min (Great Painted Face), Father of Due Jung Fah , Second Wife EDMUND KENNEDY
Suey Sin Fah'(Lily Flower), Wife of Lee Sin and Wu Hoo Git (Young Hero of the Wu Family-destined for the Yellow Jacket) IAN FLEMING
Yong Soo Kow (Hydrangea) BARBARA COUPER Chow Wan (Autumn Cloud) PHYLLIS PANTING Moy Fah Loy (Plum Blossom), Daughter of Tai Char Shoong PEGGIE ROBB-SMITH
See Noi (Nurse) ..ANNIE ESHMOND
The Scene represents the Stage of a Chinese Theatre, modelled after the Old Jackson Street Theatre, San Francisco
PART I. The Mother's Parting PART 11. The Story of Love PART III. The Conflict
Arranged for Radio Transmission and Presented by BENRIMO and R. E. JEFFREY


Unknown: George C. Hazelton
Music By: William Furst
Unknown: Tai Fah
Unknown: Jung Fah
Unknown: Lee Sin
Unknown: Wu Hoo Git
Unknown: Ian Fleming
Unknown: Yong Soo
Unknown: Barbara Couper
Unknown: Phyllis Panting
Unknown: Moy Fah Loy
Unknown: Tai Char Shoong Peggie
Unknown: R. E. Jeffrey

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