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A play from Kenneth Grahame's 'The Wind in the Willows' by A. A. Milne.
Adapted for television and produced by Michael Barry.
(Second performance of the programme televised on Christmas Day)

(to 17.00)

Contributors

Author (The Wind in the Willows):
Kenneth Grahame
Author (play):
A. A. Milne
Adapted by/Producer:
Michael Barry
Music:
H. Fraser-Simson
Orchestra conducted by:
Eric Robinson
Repetiteur:
Allan Bixter
Dances arranged by:
Viola Merrett
Settings and illustrations:
Barry Learoyd
Marigold:
Heather Lee
Mother:
Madoline Thomas
Mole:
Jack Newmark
Water Rat:
Andrew Osborn
Mr. Badger:
Kenneth More
Toad:
James Hayter
Alfred, the horse:
Victor Woolf
Alfred, the horse:
David Askey
Weasels, Ferrets, and Stoats:
Sam Kydd
Weasels, Ferrets, and Stoats:
Marne Maitland
Weasels, Ferrets, and Stoats:
Patrick Troughton
First Field Mouse:
Catherine Summerton
Second Field Mouse:
Musetta Fonnereau
Policeman:
Michael Nightingale
Gaoler:
Marne Maitland
Usher:
Humphrey Lestocq
Chief Weasel:
Humphrey Lestocq
Judge:
Harry Secombe
Turkey:
Joyce Owen
Duck:
Barbara Birkinshaw
Welsh Rabbit:
Sam Kydd
Storyteller:
Jill Balcon

from London's oldest Music-Hall
(By permission of Lew Lake)
Viewers are invited to join the 'regulars' at Collins' Music-Hall, Islington
Specialities: The Three Spots, The Flying Renoes, Pat Van Den Brock's Shaftesbury Girls
Programme introduced by Brian Johnston.

Contributors

Performers:
The Three Spots
Aerialists:
The Flying Renoes
Performers:
Pat van Den Brock's Shaftesbury Girls
Orchestra conducted by:
Fred Conquer
Presenter:
Brian Johnston
Dame Trott:
Dick Tubb Jnr.
Robin Hood:
Vicky Gail
Maid Marion:
Pat Trevor
Simple Simon:
Derek Dohn
Sheriff Hardhart:
Norman Clyne
Broker's Men - Bad Bob:
Nick Franks
Broker's Men - Ben Barmy:
Billy Eugene
Red Riding-Hood:
Betty Baxter
Wolf:
Frank Hughes
Fairy:
Adah Le Cren

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