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AFTERNOON THEATRE

Synopsis

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The Knight Has Been Unruly
An Edwardian comedy for radio by John Graham with Ralph Truman
Duncan Mclntyre and David March
There have been many burglaries in Edwardian London, and Sir Joseph Volume , a gentleman of independent means, decides to show up the police. But ...
Cast in order of speaking:
Produced by AUDREY CAMERON

Contributors

Unknown: John Graham
Unknown: Ralph Truman
Unknown: Duncan McLntyre
Unknown: Joseph Volume
Produced By: Audrey Cameron
Mr Parker, the butler: James Thomason
Mrs Branch, the housekeeper: Margaret Wolfit
Polly, a maid: Sheila Grant
Crewett, a club steward: Peter Bartlett
Sir Joseph Volume: Ralph Truman
Rattray Skene: Duncan McIntyre
Lavinia, Sir 's Joseph wife: Mary O'Farrell
Inspector Bales: David March
Assistant at Ostrey's: Garard Green
Police Sergeant: John Boxer
Benjamin Saltz, a pawnbroker: Gordon Faith
Mr Parkinson: Anthony Viccars
Mr Beamish: Glyn Dearman
A traveller: Peter Bartlett






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