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Edward Rigby Ralph Truman, Edmund Willard in 'THE HOLE IN THE WALL'


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Adapted for broadcasting by William Ferguson from the story by Arthur Morrison
Produced by Hugh Stewart
Cast in order of speaking:
Other parts played by Ernest Sefton , Frank Foster. Eric Francis , and David Peel


Broadcasting By: William Ferguson
Story By: Arthur Morrison
Produced By: Hugh Stewart
Played By: Ernest Sefton
Played By: Frank Foster.
Played By: Eric Francis
Played By: David Peel
Storyteller: Ivan Samson
Dan Ogle: Ralph Truman
Musky Mag: Megs Jenkins
Blind George: Bransby Williams
Cap'n Nat Kemp: Edward Rigby
Stephen Kemp: Cavan Malone
Mr Cripps: Kenneth Griffiths
Marr: Philip Stainton
Viney: Edmund Willard
Bill Stagg: Eric Lugg
Coroner: Laidman Browne
Grimes: Ronald Sidney

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Edward Rigby Ralph Truman, Edmund Willard in 'THE HOLE IN THE WALL'

BBC Home Service Basic, 5 December 1949 21.30

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