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: Adventure Story

A new play by Charles Terrot.
Adapted for television and produced by Michael Barry.
(Repeat Performance)
The play deals with the adventures of a young couple adjusting themselves to their new life after the husband's return from six years of war, in which he has reached a rank and done work beyond the scope of the civilian life he knew in 1939.
(to 16.30)

Contributors

Author: Charles Terrot
Adapter/producer: Michael Barry
Lt.-Commander Peter Colebrook: Anthony Sharp
Jill Colebrook, his wife: Lesley Brook
Dodge: Charles Victor
Dr. Lane: H.G. Stoker
Mr. Fenning: William Heilbron
Machine Operator: Richard Hurndall
Price: Norman Caro
The Biscuit Man: T.H. Harvey
Film Director: Leo de Pokorny
Other parts played by: Michael O'Halloran
Other parts played by: D.A. Mehan
Other parts played by: Roland Caswell
Other parts played by: Oliver Burt
Other parts played by: Marguerite Young

: The Playboy of the Western World

by J. M. Synge.
The cast includes: Arthur Sinclair, Phyllis Ryan, Tom Warden, Joyce Chancellor, J. Edward Byrne, E. J. Kennedy, Rose Murray, Billy Kelly, Alan Crawley, Maureen Cusack, Rosamund Merivale, and Adrian Byrne
The action takes place in a shebeen near a village on a wild coast of Mayo, Ireland

Contributors

Writer: J. M. Synge
Producer: Fred O'Donovan
Michael James Flaherty: Arthur Sinclair
Margaret Flaherty: Phyllis Ryan
Old Mahon: Tom Warden
Sara Tansey: Joyce Chancellor
Shawn Keogh: J. Edward Byrne
[Actor]: E. J. Kennedy
[Actress]: Rose Murray
[Actor]: Billy Kelly
[Actor]: Alan Crawley
[Actress]: Maureen Cusack
[Actress]: Rosamund Merivale
[Actor]: Adrian Byrne

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.10)








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