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Meet Mr Mulliner


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By PG Wodehouse. Dramatised by Roger Davenport. 1: A Slice of Life. Mr Mulliner returns in a gothic comedy of beauty preparations, thwarted love, a spooky old house and a determined suitor. The regulars of the Angler's Rest parlour bar step into another of Mr Mulliner 's quirky stories. With Richard Griffiths as the irrepressible Mr Mulliner.
Director Ned Chaillet


Unknown: Pg Wodehouse.
Dramatised By: Roger Davenport.
Unknown: Mr Mulliner
Unknown: Mr Mulliner
Unknown: Richard Griffiths
Unknown: Mr Mulliner.
Director: Ned Chaillet
Mr Mulliner: Richard Griffiths
Miss Postlethwaite: Matilda Ziegler
Angela: Matilda Ziegler
Cook: Matilda Ziegler
A port: Peter Acre
Sir Jasper: Peter Acre
A light ale: Martin Hyder
Jenkins: Martin Hyder
A pint of stout: David Timson
Murgatroyd: David Timson
A small bitter: Tom George
Wilfred: Tom George

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