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: Fox in the Morning

A new comedy by Lionel Brown.
The action of the play takes place in the morning-room at 'Condover', the country home of the Brunell family.
(To be repeated on Thursday, August 10)
It is good news for viewers that a new play by the author of Square Pegs is to be televised tonight in positively its first presentation of any kind prior to production in the West End. With a cast including Helen Haye, Felix Aylmer, D.A. Clarke-Smith, Jessica Tandy, and Marjorie Mars, it is ensured of perfect acting.
Square Pegs, it will be remembered, was produced in the theatre before it was televised. Viewers tonight are to see a play being acted for the first time.
(to 22.25)


Writer: Lionel Brown
Production: Fred O'Donovan
Frances Brunell: Helen Haye
Alan Brunell: Grey Blake
Barbara Scott: Jessica Tandy
Raymon Valdazar: Felix Aylmer
Judy Valdazar: Marjorie Mars
Sir Charles Barrington: D. A. Clarke-Smith (by permission of the Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park)
Beech: Harvey Braban

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