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: An Irish Programme

THE NORTRERN WIRELESS ORCHESTRA

: THE CHILDREN'S HOUR

' PARCELS '
Songs by GUNNELLE HAMLYN and Doris NICHOLS
S.B.fromLeeds

Contributors

Songs By: Gunnelle Hamlyn
Unknown: Doris Nichols

: 'The Third Degree'

A Drama in Four Acts by CHARLES KLEIN
(A Special Request Performance)
Cast:
Supported by THE NORTHERN WIRELESS
ORCHESTRA
Act I
Scene il Robert Underwood 's Apartment in New York City
Scene 2 : The same (a few hours later)
Act II
Richard Brewster 's Law Library
Act III
The same
Act IV
The Dining-room in the Harlem Flat of Howard Jeffries , Junr.

Contributors

Unknown: Charles Klein
Unknown: Robert Underwood
Unknown: Richard Brewster
Unknown: Howard Jeffries
Robert Underwood: W E Dickman
Mr Bennington: W E Dickman
Howard Jeffries, Junior: Charles Nesbitt
Mrs Howard Jeffries: Berenice Melford
Captain Clinton: Leo Channing
Detective-Sergeant Maloney: Theo MacK
Dr Bernstein: George Bernard Smith
Annie Jeffries: Hylda Metcalf
Elevator Boy: J Grantley
Howard Jeffries, Senior: D E Ormebod
Richard Brewster: Tom Wilson
Jones (his Clerk): Peter Vaughan








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