'Westward Ho' is the code name for a scheme by which European displaced persons are brought voluntarily to work In this country. This film shows how these people are placed in suitable jobs and helped to start their lives again.
by C. H. Hazlewood from Miss Braddon's novel.
A visit to the Bedford Theatre, Camden Town (by permission of Pat Nye and John Penrose) to see Lady Audley's Secret
The action of the play takes place at Audley Court, and outside the Castle Inn, Mount Stanning.
Presented for television by:
Orchestra under the direction of:
Phoebe Marks, lady's maid, cousin to Luke:
Luke Marks, a drunken game-keeper:
Lady Audley, wife of Sir Michael:
Sir Michael Audley, of Audley Court:
Alicia Audley, daughter to Sir Michael by his first wife:
Robert Audley, nephew of Sir Michael:
Villagers, Countrymen, and Morris Dancers, by:
the Corps de
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