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Playhouse Presents: The Lost Boys

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ANDREW BIRKIN'S award-winning trilogy starring Ian Holm.
1: We Set Out to Be Wrecked
1897: a quiet afternoon in Kensington Gardens. A little boy in a red tam-o'-shanter realises he is being watched by a small man with a huge St Bernard dog. The man is J. M. Barrie ... Peter Pan has not yet been written ...
Superlative (THE TIMES) This sensitive and beautifully crafted masterpiece (DAILY TELEGRAPH) A parabola of pleasure (GUARDIAN)
Music composed by DUDLEY SIMPSON Lighting SAM BARCLAY
Designer BARRY NEWBERY Producer LOUIS MARKS
Director RODNEY BENNETT

Contributors

Music composed by : Dudley Simpson
Lighting: Sam Barclay
Designer: Barry Newbery
Director: Rodney Bennett
J M Barrie: Ian Holm
Sylvia Llewelyn-Davies: Ann Bell
Mary Barrie: Maureen O'Brien
Arthur Llewelyn: Tim Pigott-Smith
Mary Hodgson: Anna Cropper
George: Barnaby Holm
George: Paul Holmes
Jack: Nicholas Borton
Peter: Jean-Benoit Louveaux
Michael: Sebastian Buss
Mrs Arden: Diana Mahony
Sir George Lewis: Roger Ostime
Charles Frohman: William Hootkins
Savoy Grill manager: Hugh Martin
Peter Pan: Pamela Ruddock
Wendy: Zelah Clark
Dr Rendel: Peter Tuddenham

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Playhouse Presents: The Lost Boys

BBC Two England, 17 February 1980 22.20






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