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1: Jeeves and the Delayed Exit of Claude and Eustace with Fabia Drake , Clive Morton
'Simon Ward , Timothy Carlton
Signature tune and themes by SANDY WILSON
Designed by Darrol Blake and John Wood
Adapted from the short story by P. G. WODEHOUSE by RICHARD WARING
The World of Wooster is produced in association with Peter Cotes
Ian Carmichael is appearing in ' Say Who You Are ' at Her Majesty's Theatre; Dennis Price in ' Any Wednesday ' at the Apollo Theatre. London; Timothy Carlton is a member of the English Stage Company
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Unknown: Fabia Drake
Unknown: Clive Morton
Unknown: Simon Ward
Unknown: Timothy Carlton
Unknown: Sandy Wilson
Designed By: Darrol Blake
Unknown: John Wood
Story By: P. G. Wodehouse
Unknown: Richard Waring
Unknown: Peter Cotes
Produced By: Michael Mills
Produced By: Ian Carmichael
Unknown: Dennis Price
Unknown: Timothy Carlton
Bertie Wooster: Ian Carmichael
Jeeves: Dennis Price
Claude: Timothy Carlton
Eustace: Simon Ward
Sir Humphrey Wardour: Clive Morton
Aunt Agatha: Fabia Drake
Marion Wardour: Jennie Woodford
Uncle Oliver: Harry R Fripp

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BBC One London, 4 January 1966 19.30

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