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The Devil's General


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A play by Carl Zuckmayer
Adapted for broadcasting by Robert Gore Browne from a literal translation by A. V. Burbury.
[Starring] John Clements, with Belle Chrystall, Frederick Lloyd and Phyllis Neilson-Terry


Author: Carl Zuckmayer
Adapted for broadcasting by: Robert Gore Browne
From a translation by: A. V. Burbury.
Producer: Val Gielgud
Narrator: Leslie Bradley
German waiter: Edward Forsyth
French waiter: Eric Lugg
Otto: Charles Lefeaux
Harras: John Clements
Eilers: James Raglan
Von Mohrungen: Frederick Lloyd
Pflungk: Malcolm Hayes
Dr Schmidt: Laidman Browne
Putzchen: Belle Chrystall
Anne: Joan Hart
Hartmann: Lewis Stringer
Pfundtmayer: Cyril Gardiner
Olivia: Phyllis Neilson-Terry
Diddo: Ursula Howells
Korrianke: Stanley Groome
Schlick: Heron Carvic
Oderbruch: Ivor Barnard
Commissar: Charles Mortimer

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