by Kenneth Woollard.
(The above are members of the crew of Submarine S14) [marked with * below]
The action of the play takes place partly inside Submarine S14 and partly in offices ashore on October 26 and 27, 1940
(Ronald Adam appears by permission of the Boulting Brothers)
Lt.-Cdr. Stanford, D.S.O., R.N.:
Lt. Oakley, R.N.V.R.*:
Lt. Manson R.N.*:
Lt. McFee, R.N.R.*:
Petty Officer Barlow*:
Leading Seaman Hillbrook*:
Able Seaman Higgins*:
Commander Gates, R.N.:
Commander Whately, R.N.:
Captain Fenton R.N.R.:
Captain Marshall, D.S.O., R.N.:
Introduced by Avril Angers.
With Phyllis Hunter, Ernest Regon, Maria Sobol, Paula Baird, Verne Morgan and Betty Morgan, Doreen Austin's Gainsborough Girls.
Doreen Austin's Gainsborough
The Orchestra conducted by:
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