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Quick on the Draw
A children's parlour game devised by Dorothea Brooking.
Chairman, Humphrey Lestocq
Freely adapted by J. M. Smith Wright from Richard Harris Barham's poem 'The Jackdaw of Rheims'.
Incidental music and carol setting by Tristram Cary played on the guitar by John Roberts
Devised by (Quick on the Draw)/producer (The Jackdaw):
Chairman (Quick on the Draw):
Drawings (Quick on the Draw):
Adapter (The Jackdaw):
J. M. Smith
Incidental music and carol setting by (The Jackdaw):
Guitarist (The Jackdaw):
Designer (The Jackdaw):
The Cardinal, Lord Archbishop of Rheims:
Adrienne a washerwoman:
Jean her husband:
Michel their son:
With Elizabeth Allan, Eunice Gayson, Michael Pertwee and Rikki Fulton as the newshawks.
Peter West in the chair.
('Guess My Story' is from an idea by William Taylor)
From an idea by:
A film presented on Red Cross Day by the Television Services of Europe showing the work and achievements of the Red Cross Society in each of the countries concerned.
The film compiled and edited by the Swiss Television Service
[Starring] Rosalie Crutchley, James Donald, and Robert Harris
"The River Line" is televised today to mark the tenth anniversary of European victory in the second world war.
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(Sarah Lawson appears by permission of the J. Arthur Rank Organisation, Ltd.)
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