An adventure story of the Wars of the Roses by Robert Louis Stevenson.
made into a play by John Blatchley.
adapted for television by John Blatchley and Naomi Capon.
[Starring] The Young Vic Company
Author of play/Adapted for television by:
Adapted for television by/Presented for television by:
The original production for the Young Vic Company by:
Scenery and costumes:
Sir Oliver Oates:
Sir Daniel Brackley:
Earl of Risingham:
Richard Duke of Gloucester:
A play by Barre Lyndon.
[Starring] Hugh Sinclair
The action of the play takes place in Dr. Clitterhouse's consulting room, Kellerman's Club, a flat in Bloomsbury, and on a roof near Upper Thames Street.
Dr. Clitterhouse, M.R.C.P.:
Sir William Grant:
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