(The Sixth of the ' Browns of Owdham ' Series)
By EDWIN Lewis
Canvassing at election time is a task which calls for supreme tact and a charming manner. It was by the exercise of these qualities that Miss Mallory and Mr. Redcastle won through when they canvassed ' the Browns' on behalf of their candidate. Mr. Bristowe.
Interlude by FORSYTE'S DANCE BAND
AFTER THE THEATRE'
A Drama in One Act by MICHAEL. MORTON and PETER TRAILL
The revival of a friendship between two young people, after a lapse of ten years, does not suggest a startling denouement. The result, however, as seen in the play, is anything but commonplace.
Bill Brown (her Husband):
Herbert Brown (their Son):
Mary Entwistle (Herbert's Girl):
Miss Marjorie Mallory of London (the Amateur Canvasser):
Mr Redcastle (a clever Canvasser of any political persuasion):
Mrs Ein Pogson:
Mr Freddy Pogson (her Husband):
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