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Leader, Louis LEVITUS


Leader: Louis Levitus

: Memories

A Programme of Popular Victorian
Compiled by JOSEPH LEWIS
Presented by ALICE VAUGHAN (Contra to)
CECIL DIXON (Pianoforte)
(Section E)
Conducted by JOSEPH LEWIS
(Daventry National Programme)


Unknown: Joseph Lewis
Presented By: Alice Vaughan
Pianoforte: Cecil Dixon
Unknown: Marie Wilson
Conducted By: Joseph Lewis

: Admiral Guinea

A Drama of the Eighteenth Century by W. E. HENLEY written in collaboration with R. L. STEVENSON
Arranged for broadcasting by CYRIL WOOD
The Persons Represented :
The action takes place in Admiral Guinea's house and in the Admiral Benbow Inn , on the sea-coast of the West of England, about the year 1760
Produced by CYRIL WOOD


Unknown: W. E. Henley
Unknown: R. L. Stevenson
Broadcasting By: Cyril Wood
Unknown: Admiral Benbow Inn
Produced By: Cyril Wood
John Gaunt, called Admiral Guinea, once Captain of the Slaver Arethusa: . Hedley Goodall
Arethusa Gaunt, his daughter: Nancy Tricks'
David Pew, a Blind Beggar, once Boatswain of the Arethusa: Donald Davies
Kit French, a Privateersman: Michael Holloway
Mrs: Drake, Landlady of the Admiral Benbow Inn: Doris Nichols

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