A North Country Comedy by MACHON IBBOTSON, presented by THE STATION
Sarah Green believed in all kinds of superstitions. When Jim dreamt that he saw three big black dogs racing past his window, his mother was convinced that it was an omen of impending disaster. Bill, how. ever, had other ideas on the subject, and believed that ' sausages for supper ' were responsible for most of his wife's superstition.
Jim Green (a young miner):
Bill Green (his father):
Sarah Green (his mother):
Betty Marshall (his sweetheart):
Emma Marshall (Betty's mother):
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