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Gilbert and Sullivan The Immortal Jesters: Part 2: The Golden Years

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A Romance in three parts based on the story of Gilbert, Sullivan and D'Oyly Carte whose combined genius gave us The Savoy Operas by Michael Voysey.

Excerpts from: The Pirates of Penzance, Patience, Iolanthe, The Mikado
sung by Owen Brannigan, Hervey Alan, John Law, Andrew Gold, Jean Allister, Stephanie Voss, Terence Cooper, Eileen Price, Sylvia Eaves, David Watson, Iona Jones, The George Mitchell Singers.
London Philharmonic Orchestra
Leader, Henry Datyner
Conducted by Eric Robinson

Contributors

Writer: Michael Voysey
Singer: Owen Brannigan
Singer: Hervey Alan
Singer: John Law
Singer: Andrew Gold
Singer: Jean Allister
Singer: Stephanie Voss
Singer: Terence Cooper
Singer: Eileen Price
Singer: Sylvia Eaves
Singer: David Watson
Singer: Iona Jones
Singers: The George Mitchell Singers
Musicians: London Philharmonic Orchestra
[Orchestra] leader: Henry Datyner
[Orchestra] conducted by: Eric Robinson
Musical associate: William Cox-Ife
Production scenes staged by: Sheila Holt
Designer: Fanny Taylor
Associate producer: Travers Thorneloe
Producer: Graeme Muir
Richard D'Oyly Carte: Alan Wheatley
W. S. Gilbert: Ernest Clark
Arthur Sullivan: Lyndon Brook
Helen Lenoir: Mary McKenzie
Mrs. Gilbert: Mairhi Russell
Mrs. Ronalds: Helen Horton
George Grossmith: John Law
The Prince of Wales: David Chivers
Stage Manager: Blake Butler
Musical gentlemen: Roddy Hughes
Musical gentlemen: Christopher Steele
Footman: Dennis Thorne
An elderly gentleman: Roger Maxwell
[Actress]: Joyce Parry
[Actor]: Christopher Banks
[Actress]: Dorothy Robson
[Actor]: Philip Lennard
[Actress]: Betty Cardno
[Actress]: Judy Yeap
Others taking part: Jan Shier
Others taking part: Rona Leigh
Others taking part: Michael Wilder
Playgoers and party guests: [uncredited]

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Gilbert and Sullivan The Immortal Jesters: Part 2: The Golden Years

BBC Television, 17 December 1961 21.00






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