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Saturday-Night Theatre presents Miriam Karlin with Noel Johnson and Richard Hurndall in ' MADAME SANS-GENE'

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A play by Victorien Sardou and Emile Moreau translated and adapted for broadcasting by Norman Ginsbury and John Sand
Other parts played by Barbara Greenhalgh and members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company
Produced by Wilfrid Grantham

Contributors

Play By: Victorien Sardou
Play By: Emile Moreau
Broadcasting By: Norman Ginsbury
Broadcasting By: John Sand
Played By: Barbara Greenhalgh
Produced By: Wilfrid Grantham
Fouché (later Duke of Otranto): Richard Hurndall
Catherine Hubscher Madame Sans-Gene ' (later Duchess of Dantzig): Miriam Karlin
Count Neipperg: Roger Delgado
Sergeant Lefebvre (later Duke of Dantzig): Trevor Martin
The Queen of Naples, Napoleon's younger sister: Kathleen Helme
The Princess of Lucques Napoleon's elder sister: Violet Loxley
The Emperor Napoleon Buonaparte: Noel Johnson
The Empress Marie Louise, wife of Napoleon: Virginia Winter
The Duke of Rovigo, Minister of Police: Malcolm Hayes

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Saturday-Night Theatre presents Miriam Karlin with Noel Johnson and Richard Hurndall in ' MADAME SANS-GENE'

BBC Home Service Basic, 31 August 1957 21.15






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