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Sunday-Night Play: The Barretts of Wimpole Street


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by Rudolf Besier.
Starring Gwen Watford, Andrew Cruickshank, John Neville
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Author: Rudolf Besier
Producer: Harold Clayton
Broomleaf trained by: John Holmes
Costumes supervisor: Joyce Hammond
Make-up: Tommy Manderson
Designer: Barry Learoyd
Dr Chambers: Ian Fleming
Elizabeth Moulton-Barrett: Gwen Watford
Wilson: Anne Robson
Henrietta Moulton-Barrett: Anne Ridler
Arabel Moulton-Barrett: Rosemary Rogers
Octavius Moulton-Barrett: Scot Finch
Septimus Moulton-Barrett: Danvers Walker
Alfred Moulton-Barrett: Christopher Cruise
Charles Moulton-Barrett: John Downing
Henry Moulton-Barrett: Christopher Gilmore
George Moulton-Barrett: William Job
Edward Moulton-Barrett: Andrew Cruickshank
Bella Hedley: Katharine Newman
Henry Bevan: Kenneth Watson
Robert Browning: John Neville
Dr Ford-Waterlow: Julian D'Albie
Captain Surtees Cook: David Stuart
Flush: Baby Belle

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Sunday-Night Play: The Barretts of Wimpole Street

BBC Television, 24 December 1961 20.40

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