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: ' THE ROBBERY '

Adapted from Shakespeare's 'Henry IV' (Part I),
By ARTHUR JOHNSON '
Presented by EDWARD P. GENN i
Cast:' . Scene 1 London — An Apartment of the Prince
Scene II Rochester-An Inn Yard
Scene III A Roadside near Rochester
Scene IV London-A Tavern
Incidental Music by the STATION CHILDREN'S ORCHESTRA, directed by HARVEY J DUNKERLEY

Contributors

Unknown: Arthur Johnson
Presented By: Edward P. Genn
Directed By: Harvey J Dunkerley
Sir John Falstaff: J P Lambe
Prince Hal: Philip H Harper
Poins: A L Bruce
Gadshill: Tom Reid
Bardolf: Philip Herbert
Pete: Frank Hawkins
Chamberlain of the Inn at Rochester: Walter Shore
First Carrier: Hugh H Francis
Second Carrier: Edward Genn
First Traveller: Walter Shore
Second Traveller: Edward Genn








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