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at the Organ of the Castle Cinema,
Merthyr Tydfil
Gene Lynn toured the U.S.A. and Canada as accompanist and organist for the Rhondda Welsh Singers. This tour lasted four years, after which he was engaged at Proctors Theatre, Schenectady, New York. He remained in the States for ten years, playing at Miami and Buffalo. His real name is Emlyn Jones.


Unknown: Emlyn Jones.


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: Granton Street

A play by P. H. Burton

The play produced by Dafydd Gruffydd
The plot of this play concerns a miner's home in Glamorgan during a parliamentary by-election. Just before the election takes place the son of a prominent member of the local Labour party announces that he is to marry the daughter of Granton, a mine-owner who is a Tory candidate. There is a good deal of humour in the story, and the most is made of an interesting situation. The action of the play takes place in the front room of the miner's home in Granton street, Abernansant.


Produced By: Dafydd Gruffydd
Mrs Davies: Eileen Davies
Mary: Nona Richards
EvanThonias: W. D. Roderick
Will: Philip Phillips
John: Godfrey Phillips
Tom Davies: Jack James
Uncle Jim: Lyn Joshua
Sybil: Vera Meazey
Mrs Granton: Kitty Short
Edward Granton: Ivor Maddox


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