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War and Peace

Synopsis

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by LEO TOLSTOY : dramatised in nine parts by JACK PULMAN : part 5 Social life in Russia returned to normal, allowing Natasha and Sonya to attend their first ball. Andrei recovered from his wife's death, was enchanted by Natasha and asked her to marry him. Although she accepted, she had to agree reluctantly to wait for a year. Nikolai, against his mother's wishes, confirmed his intention to marry Sonya.
Cast in order of appearance:
Producer DAVID CONROY Director JOHN DAVIES
War and Peace, a RADIO TIMES SPECIAL, 25p post paid, available from BBC Publications, Box 234. London SE1 STH

Contributors

Unknown: Leo Tolstoy
Unknown: Jack Pulman
Producer: David Conroy
Director: John Davies
Natasha: Morag Hood
Sonya: Joanna David
Count Rostov: Rupert Davies
Maria Dmitrievna: Beatrix Lehmann
Prince Bolkonsky: Anthony Jacobs
Mile Bourienne: Athene Fielding
Maria: Angela Down
KutUZOV: Frank Middlemass
Dolohov: Donald Burton
Hélène: Fiona Gaunt
Anatole Kuragin: Colin Baker
Mile Georges: Elma Soiron
Balaga: Terry Nelson
Maid: Joy Hope
Pierre: Anthony Hopkins
Andrei: Alan Dobie
Napoleon: David Swift
Napoleon's secretary: Geoffrey Morris
Fouche: Morris Perry
Nikolenka: Toby Bridge
Tsar Alexander: Donald Douglas
Pfuhl: Peter Bathurst
Barclay de Tolly: John Cazabon
General Balashev: Michael Gover
Petya: Rufus Frampton






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