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: Variety

[Starring] Forsythe, Seamon, and Farrell, Jean Colin, The Three Jokers, Alec Pleon,
Bradley Harris, Jack Crisp and Jill

Contributors

Entertainers: Forsythe, Seamon, and Farrell
Singer: Jean Colin
Comedians: The Three Jokers
Comedian: Alec Pleon
Entertainer: Bradley Harris
Dancers: Jack Crisp and Jill
Orchestra directed by: Eric Robinson
Producer: Walton Anderson

: At the Circus

The 'Cabin Kids' in an American comedy film.
(to 16.00)

: Libel

A play by Edward Wooll.
The action takes place in a King's Bench Court, at the Royal Courts of Justice, in the spring of 1927

Contributors

Author: Edward Wooll
Settings: Stephen Bundy
Producer: Douglas Allen
Sir Mark Loddon Bart, M.P.: Michael Hordern
Lady Loddon: Elizabeth Gray
Sir Wilfred Kelling, K.C., M.P.: Julian D'Albie
Thomas Foxley, K.C.: Godfrey Kenton
Mr. Justice Tuttington: Michael Kent
Patrick Buckenham: Harry Lane
Emile Flordon: Andrea Malandrinos
Sarah Carleton: Elizabeth Maude
William Bale: Victor Adams
George Hemsby: Allan Goford
Associate: Frederick Ross
Usher: Cyril Hardingham
Numero Quinze: Maxwell Jackson
General Winterton: Stuart Chedburn
Millicent Winterton: Evelyn Moore
Admiral Fairfax Loddon: Eric Stocker
Major Brampton: David Eadie
Captain Gerald Loddon: Carl Lacey

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.15)








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