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: It's Your Money They're After

(Second performance this week: for details see Tuesday, 8.30 p.m.)

: Crock of Gold

A play written for television by Michael Barry and Henry C. James.
Based on a story by Henry C. James.
The main action of this play takes place in the central Australian desert at the present time

Contributors

Writer: Michael Barry
Writer/Based on a story by: Henry C. James
Producer: Michael Barry
Settings designer: James Bould
Prospector - Dead Sweet Joe Confior: Fred O'Donovan
Prospector - Jack Atherton: Warren Jenkins
Mr. Lewis, a mine company agent/Man: Cyril Chamberlain
Arthur Newstead, a publican: Charles Rolfe
Clara, his wife: Sheila MacKintosh
Prospector - Paddy Ryan: Norman Latimer
Prospector - Jim Escreet: Herbert C. Walton
Prospector - Harry Pickering: Reg Varney
Mr. Thomson, a company promoter: Laurence Naismith
Sam Jenkins, a mining engineer: Richard Hurndall
Cathleen Connor, Joe's mother: Pegeen Mair
Patrick Connor, Joe's father/Man: Edward Byrne
Father Kelly, a priest/A man with a barrow: W.A. Kelly
Bridget: Joyce Chancellor
A woman with a baby: Sheila MacKintosh
Emigrant: Anthony Bacon
Emigrant: Marguerite Young
Gold miner - Tom Jones: Morris Sweden
Gold miner - Will Trelawny: Horace Sequeira
Mr. Darlington, a promoter: John Boxer
Daisy: Christine Adrian
Ted, a barman: Charles Lamb
The pianist: Alan Bixter
Lofty Saunders: Ivan Craig

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.15)








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