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Magnolia Street: Episode 6

Synopsis

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by Louis Golding.
Dramatised in six episodes by Allan Prior.

Mr. Emmanuel has another inspiration, and Mick Shulman returns to Magnolia Street.

Contributors

Author: Louis Golding
Dramatised by: Allan Prior
Script associate: Michael Dines
Drawings: Emmanuel Levy
Music: Tommy Reilly
Music: Maurice Arnold
Costumes supervised by: Helen Malcolm
Make-up supervised by: Jill Summers
Technical supervision: Tommy Claydon
Lighting supervised by: John Summers
Design: Richard Henry
Production: Vivian A. Daniels
Steve Tawnie: Leonard Williams
Maggie Tawnie: Vanda Godsell
Jessie Edelman: Patricia Haines
Benny Edelman: Peter Bowles
Mr Emmanuel: Carl Jaffe
George Derricks: James Mellor
Wilfred Derricks: Ian Whittaker
Mrs Derricks: Madge Brindley
Mrs Edelman: Marie Burke
Rabbi Shulman: Michael Poole
Mary Cooper: Joyce Marlow
Enid Cooper: Jayne Muir
Mns Shulman: Golda Casimir
Mrs Poyser: Marianne Walla
Mrs Billig: Mona Lilian
Mr Winberg: Jeffrey Segal
Mr Billig: Meier Tzelniker
Walter Hubbard: Keith Anderson
Rose Cooper: Susan Maryott
John Cooper: Edward Woodward
Max Emmanuel: Derek Sydney
Mick Shulman: Timothy Pearce
Bella Winberg: Clarissa Stolz






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