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Roar Like a Dove

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An excerpt from the new comedy by Lesley Storm.

(see foot of page and page 4)

Televised direct from the Phoenix Theatre, London, by arrangement with Murray Macdonald and John Stevens Ltd.

For Lord and Lady Dungavel, nine years of married life spent in the comparative fastness of their castle in the Western Highlands, have produced, among other things, six children, all girls, which for the gay and beautiful Lady Emma seem just about enough. But the handsome Lord Dungavel, intent on producing an heir to his considerable estates, is still not prepared to fall in with his wife's wishes to call it a day and derive some social pleasure from the title, the money, and the tiara, which her marriage has brought her. At this gentle crisis in their erstwhile happy life together, Lady Emma puts through a long distance call to her parents in America, inviting them to come over to help...

Contributors

Author:
Lesley Storm
Director:
Murray Macdonald
Decor:
Anthony Holland
Presented for television by:
John Vernon
Edward:
David Hutcheson
Lady Dungavel:
Anne Kimbell
Muriel Chadwick:
Jean Dixon
Tom Chadwick:
Paul McGrath
Lord Dungavel:
John McCallum
Jane:
Waveney Lee
Mackintosh:
Ewan Roberts
Bernard Taggart-Stuart:
Peter Barkworth

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