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: For Older Children: Feud of the West

A cowboy film.
[Starring] Hoot Gibson

Hoot Gibson wins a rodeo competition and joins a ranch where he finds himself involved in a bitter feud.
(to 18.00)


'Whitey' Revel: Hoot Gibson

: The Seagull

A comedy by Anton Chekhov.
Translated by George Calderon.
[Starring] Luise Rainer and Jeanne de Casalis with Michael Hordern and Geoffrey Keen
The action of the play takes place on Sorin's estate.
(Second performance on Friday at 8.15)


Author: Anton Chekhov
Translated by: George Calderon
Producer: Harold Clayton
Assisted by: Kenneth Buckley
Settings: Barry Learoyd
Medvedenko: Norman Claridge
Masha, Shamrayef's daughter: Tatiana Lieven
Sorin, Peter Nikolayevitch (Madame Arkadina's brother): Allan Jeayes
Treplef, Constantine Gavrilovitch (Madame Arkadina's son): Geoffrey Keen
Nina, daughter of a rich land-owner: Luise Rainer
Yakof: Michael Rose
Pauline, Shamrayef's wife: Nora Gordon
Dom, Eugene Sergeitch, a doctor: Sydney Tafler
Shamrayef, Ilya Afanasyevitch, a retired Lieutenant, Manager of Sorin's estate: John Salew
Madame Arkadina, Irina Nikolayevna, an actress: Jeanne de Casalis
Trigorin, Boris Alexeyevitch, a writer: Michael Hordern
Housemaid: Josephine Hunter
Cook: Geoffrey Barrie

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.45)

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