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: Boot Hill Bandits

Ray Corrigan's life is threatened, but in the end the crooks are routed. This is one of the exciting 'Rangebuster' series of Western films.
(to 16.00)

: Mourning Becomes Electra: Part 2

by Eugene O'Neill
Adapted and produced by Royston Morley
[Starring] Mary Newcomb, Marjorie Mars, and Andrew Osborn

The action of the play takes place immediately outside and inside the Mannon house in New England; on a wharf at Boston; and inside the cabin of the clipper Flying Trades.
The time is 1865-6, just after the end of the American Civil War.

(Andrew Osborn appears by permission of Maurice Ostrer)


Author: Eugene O'Neill
Adapted by/Producer: Royston Morley
Settings: Barry Learoyd
Christine Mannon: Mary Newcomb
Lavinia Mannon: Marjorie Mars
Seth Beckwith: Charles Rolfe
Hazel Niles: Joy Shelton
Captain Peter Niles, U.S. Federal Army: Kenneth More
Captain Adam Brant, of the Clipper Flying Trades: Ralph Michael
Brigadier-General Ezra Mannon, U.S. Federal Army: Mark Dignam
1st Lieut. Orin Mannon, U.S. Federal Army: Andrew Osborn
Chantyman: Edward Byrne
Abner Small: Arthur Hill
Ira Mackel: Willoughby Gray
Amos Ames: MacDonald Parke

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.30)

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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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