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: Underground Rustlers

One of the Rangebuster series of 'Western' films. The key to the adventure is an attempted corner in gold.
(to 16.00)

: Robert's Wife

A comedy by St. John Ervine.
[Starring] Andre Morell, Diana Morgan, and Walter Fitzgerald
The scene is laid in the living-room of St. Michael and All Angels' Vicarage, Combermere, an industrial town in the South of England, in 1937.
(Walter Fitzgerald appears by permission of London Films)

Contributors

Writer: St. John Ervine
Producer: George More O'Ferrall
June Hanvey, the Vicar's secretary: Jill Raymond
Anne, his parlourmaid: Anne Gunning
Miss Orley, a parish worker: Joan Harben
Sanchia Carson, M.B., the Vicar's second wife: Diana Morgan
Dick Jones, a working lad: Frank Coburn
Rev. Robert Carson, M.A., Vicar of St Michael and All Angels: Andre Morell
The Bishop of Winterbury: Walter Fitzgerald
Mrs. Jones: Margaret Delamere
Bob, the Vicar's son: Douglas Hurn
Chief Inspector John Lindsey: E. J. Kennedy
Inspector Futvoye: Sam Lysons
Mrs. Armitage: Margaret Scudamore
Rev. Arthur Jefferson, M.A.,Vicar of St Ethelberta's: Joseph O'Conor

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.15)








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