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James and the Giant Peach

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by ROALD DAHL
Dramatised by TREVOR PRESTON
James Henry Trotter had been living with his terrible aunts for three whole years, and then one day, something rather peculiar happened....
Music by PETER HOWELL Lighting PETER BOOTH Designer ANNA RIDLEY Producer ANNA HOME Director PAUL STONE

Contributors

Dramatised By: Trevor Preston
Dramatised By: James Henry Trotter
Music By: Peter Howell
Director: Paul Stone
James: Simon Bell
Aunt Spiker: Anna Quayle
Aunt Sponge: Ann Beach
Old Man: Arthur Hewlett
Interviewer: Andrew Sachs
First Naval Officer: Andrew Sachs
Security Chief: Andrew Sachs
Grasshopper: Thorley Walters
Spider: Pat Coombs
Ladybird: Kate Lock
Centipede: Bernard Cribbins
Earthworm: Hugh Lloyd
Silkworm: Christopher Owen
Second Naval Officer: Christopher Owen
Glow-Worin: Jo Kendall
American woman: Jo Kendall
American General: James Berwick
Ship's Captain i: James Berwick
First American: Blain Fairman
Fourth Naval Officer: Blain Fairman
Second American: Bernard Taylor
Third Naval Officer: Bernard Taylor
Newscaster: Weston Gavin
Police Chief: Garry McDermott
Fire Chief: Robert MacLeod

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James and the Giant Peach

BBC One London, 28 December 1976 16.20






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