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A two mile race for three-year-olds and upwards. Peter Dimmock and Frank More O'Ferrall help viewers follow the events and identify the horses.

Ascot Stakes
A two and a half mile handicap race for three-year-olds and upwards.

Contributors

Commentator:
Peter Dimmock
Commentator (Gold Vase):
Frank More O'Ferrall
Commentator (Ascot Stakes):
Claude Harrison

A tragedy by Luigi Pirandello.
translated by Edward Storer.
Adapted and produced by Royston Morley.
The action of the play takes place in various parts of a lonely castle in Northern Italy
(See opposite page)
(Ralph Michael appears by permission of the J. Arthur Rank Organisation)

Contributors

Author:
Luigi Pirandello
Translated by:
Edward Storer
Adapted by/Producer:
Royston Morley
Settings:
Barry Learoyd
The Emperor Henry IV:
Ralph Michael
Landolph:
Geoffrey Keen
First soldier:
Eugene Allison
Second soldier:
Alan Reid
Ordulph:
Willoughby Gray
Berthold:
Sydney Tafler
Harold:
Cyril Conway
Old John:
Frederick Ross
Donna Matilda Spina:
Mary Merrall
Frida (her daughter):
Joyce Heron
The Baron Tito Belcredi:
Elwyn Brook-Jones
Dr. lph Michael Dionysius Genoni:
Ronald Adam
The Marquis Charles di Nolli:
Kenneth More

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