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I'll Be Your Sweetheart


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Radio version of the Gainsborough picture, starring Margaret Lockwood, Vic Oliver, with Peter Graves and Michael Rennie; from the original screenplay by Val Valentine and Val Guest, with additional dialogue by Edward Percy
Original numbers by Manning Sherwin and Val Guest.


Screenplay: Val Valentine
Screenplay: Val Guest
Additional dialogue: Edward Percy
Original numbers: Manning Sherwin
Original numbers: Val Guest
Orchestrations: Bob Busby
Orchestrations: Ben Frankel
Orchestrations: Bretton Byrd
Radio score supervised by: Jack Beaver
Singers/musicians: BBC Revue Chorus and Orchestra
Conductor: Alan Crooks
Radio adaptation: Rhoderick Walker
Producer: Tom Ronald
Edie Story: Margaret Lockwood
Sam Kahn: Vic Oliver
Bob Fielding: Michael Rennie
Jim Knight: Peter Graves
Pacey: Frederick Burtwell

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I'll Be Your Sweetheart

Light Programme, 29 July 1945 18.15

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