A new play by Cedric Wallis.
Time: The present
Lady Mary Creston:
[Starring] Jack Hulbert and Claude Hulbert
with Adele Dixon, Eunice Crowther, John Stevens, Elsa Tee, John Warrington
Assisted by the Young Ladies: Lee Barrett, Brenda Ralston, Noreen Lee, Helen Connor
At the pianos: Anne de Nys and Judith Dolman
Comedian/devised and produced for television by:
Lyrics and sketches:
Costumes and scenery designed by:
Devised and produced for television by:
J.F. and Margaret Horrabin draw the maps, Elizabeth Wiskemann discusses the history, and Hans Egli illustrates the beauties of a country in which some viewers may be spending their holiday this summer.
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