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Play of the Month: The Cabinet Papers: Part 1


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by Maurice Edelman, M.P.
Television play by Anthony Steven.
With Maxine Audley, Griffith Jones, Richard Leech, Gerald Sim, Richard Vernon
See page 29


Author: Maurice Edelman
Adapter: Anthony Steven
Designer: Stanley Morris
Producer: Cedric Messina
Director: Waris Hussein
Ambulance driver: John Baker
Colonel Fitch: Gerald Sim
Miss Payne: Joan Mane
Sir Edgar Jones: Griffith Jones
Prime Minister: John Wentworth
Sir Harold Raeburn: Llewellyn Rees
Bob Rogers: John Bown
Patricia Ellison: Maxine Audley
Harrington Slade: Jerry Stovin
Peter Masters: Richard Leech
Elinor Liphook: Jane Meredith
Henry Gore-Browne: Richard Vernon
Louise Slade: Irena Mayeska
Casimir Gladowitz: Frederick Bartman
Mrs. Gorman: Elsie Arnold
Reporter: Walter Hall
Special Branch man: Godfrey Jackman
Cornford: Ballard Berkeley
Smith: John Bryans
Young man: Jonathan Drew
Man from St Anselm's: Ian Flintoff
Hodgkin: David Garth
Speaker: John Kidd
Orderly: Alan Haywood
Woman in St James's: Honora Burke
Repton: Colin Rix

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