John Hewer invites you to 'roll up' and see Stanley Lemin, Steve Race, The Mongadors
and 'Harlequinade' with Sonia Hart as Harlequin Jill Esgen as Columbine Jeanne Hiller and Leila Roath as two rogues.
followed by The Elgar Choir of British Columbia
Devised and produced by:
The Elgar Choir of British
or 'Plane Odd'
A visit to Battersea Pleasure Gardens for a symposium from the designer, Rowland Emett, of his 'X 100' all-purpose jet, and an assessment of its potentialities by Sir Miles Thomas, D.F.C. Chairman of B.O.A.C.
by John Buchan.
Adapted for television by C. A. Lejeune.
A serial in six episodes.
[Starring] Patrick Barr, John Laurie, and John Byron
Adapted for television by:
Sir Richard Hannay:
The Thin Grey Man:
Lady Hannay (Mary):
The Marquis de la Tour du Pin:
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