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' Hob's Star '
A play for winter listening by Muriel Hardill
Production by Herbert Smith

Contributors

Production By:
Herbert Smith
Hob, a lame boy:
Peter Harvey
Granfer Adam an old countryman:
Carleton Hobbs
A huntsman:
Tom Harrison
A courtier:
Norman Somers
A Duke:
George Hagan
A beautiful girl:
June Kearsley
Granny Thimblequilt, an old country-woman:
Joan Littlewood
A hermit:
Fred Fairclough
A scullery-maid:
Vida Paterson
A gypsyman:
Andrew Wurlidge
A man:
George Hagan
A woman:
Rosalie Williams

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