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by Edgar Allan Poe.
adapted for television by Michael Hogan.
[Starring] Ernest Milton

With Basil Cunard, Stuart Latham, Olaf Olsen, Harding Steerman.
The BBC Television Orchestra
leader Boris Pecker
conductor, Hyam Greenbaum
(to 16.00)

Contributors

Author:
Edgar Allan Poe
Adapter:
Michael Hogan
Decor:
Edmund Hogan
Music:
James Hartley
Musicians:
The BBC Television Orchestra
Leader:
Boris Pecker
Conductor:
Hyam Greenbaum
Production:
Dallas Bower
Madman:
Ernest Milton
Policeman:
Basil Cunard
Policeman:
Stuart Latham
Policeman:
Olaf Olsen
Old Man:
Harding Steerman

A comedy by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart.

Contributors

Author:
George S. Kaufman
Author:
Moss Hart
Production:
Eric Crozier
May Daniels:
Joan Miller
Jerry Hyland:
Fred Conyngham
George Lewis:
Charles Farrell
Helen Hobart:
Janice Smart
Susan Walker:
Kay Lewis
Herman Glogauer:
Joe Hayman
Kammerling:
Oscar Ebelsbacher
Miss Leighton:
Elaine Wodson
Lawrence Vail:
Peter Madden
Phyllis Fontaine:
Elizabeth Sutherland
Florabel Leigh:
Mavis Villiers
A Bishop:
Ernest Sefton
A Negro Porter:
D. A. Ward
Flick:
Douglas Seale
A Waiter:
Alan Keith
Page boys, chauffeurs, film extras, and the Schlepkin Brothers:
Cecilia Eddy
Page boys, chauffeurs, film extras, and the Schlepkin Brothers:
Billie Ryan
Page boys, chauffeurs, film extras, and the Schlepkin Brothers:
Robert Berkeley
Page boys, chauffeurs, film extras, and the Schlepkin Brothers:
Francis R. Mann
Page boys, chauffeurs, film extras, and the Schlepkin Brothers:
Sam Payne
Page boys, chauffeurs, film extras, and the Schlepkin Brothers:
Bruce Adams
Page boys, chauffeurs, film extras, and the Schlepkin Brothers:
Hannah Johns
Page boys, chauffeurs, film extras, and the Schlepkin Brothers:
Basil Royal-Dawson
Page boys, chauffeurs, film extras, and the Schlepkin Brothers:
Mardale Owen
Page boys, chauffeurs, film extras, and the Schlepkin Brothers:
Edmund Gray

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This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More