or 'How Jan Klaassen cured the Sick King'
An old Dutch story retold for television by Antonia Ridge.
Kobus, a nightwatchman:
Nelis, another nightwatchman:
Katryn, his wife:
Hein, a lackey:
A Prime Minister:
A Florentine comedy in one act by Forzano.
Music by Giacomo Puccini
The action takes place in Florence in the year 1299.
Lauretta, his daughter:
The Relative of Buoso Donati - Zita, the Old Woman:
The Relative of Buoso Donati - Rinuccio, Zita's nephew:
The Relative of Buoso Donati - Gherardo, Buoso's nephew:
The Relative of Buoso Donati - Nella, his wife:
The Relative of Buoso Donati - Gherardino, their son:
The Relative of Buoso Donati - Betto of Signa, a cousin to Buoso:
The Relative of Buoso Donati - Simone, a cousin to Buoso:
The Relative of Buoso Donati - Marco, his son:
The Relative of Buoso Donati - La Ciesca, Marco's wife:
Master Spinellocchio, a physician/Amantio di Nicolao, a notary:
Pinellino, a shoemaker:
Guccio, a dyer:
A play by Jean-Jacques Bernard.
[Starring] Claire Bloom and Denholm Elliott
The play takes place in Grandchin, a village near Paris.
Incidental music played by:
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