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Buddenbrooks: Part 3: Children's Day


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by Thomas Mann.
dramatised in seven parts by Jack Pulman.
Christian has returned to the family business. Tony's marriage has ended in bankruptcy and divorce.
Recorded in the BBC's Glasgow studio
Repeated on Thursday at 10.10


Author: Thomas Mann
Dramatised by: Jack Pulman
Producer: Douglas Allen
Director: Michael Imison
Tony: Elizabeth Shepherd
Frau Consul: Jean Anderson
Ida Jungmann: Selma Vaz Dias
Erica Grunlich: Janet Hannington
Pastor Trieschke: James Ottaway
Clara: Tamara Hinchco
Thomas: Nigel Stock
Frederike: Ellen Pollock
Henriette: Joan Hart
Pfam: Rosalind Knight
Christian: Kenneth Griffith
Pastor Tiburtius: Andrew Sachs
Captain: Arthur Boland
Gesemi Weichbrodt: Anne Pichon
Gerda Arnoldsen: Annette Carell
Herr Arnoldsen: Douglas Murchie

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Buddenbrooks: Part 3: Children's Day

BBC Two England, 13 November 1965 20.30

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