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Written and produced by Arthur Swinson.
Aidan Crawley presents a story of 'Escape'
Prison Camp Stalag Luft III, N.C.O.'s Compound: Spring 1942
(Previously televised on August 17, 1957)

Contributors

Writer/producer:
Arthur Swinson
Director:
Ronald Eyre
Designer:
Stewart Marshall
Film sequences directed by:
Morris Barry
Film cameraman:
Peter Sargent
Film editor:
Allan Tyrer
Benny:
Robert Gillespie
Corporal Kurth:
Freddie Vale
Wally:
Keith Smith
Jack:
Howard Pays
Philip:
Lane Meddick
Ken:
Brian Peck
Harry:
Denys Graham
Bill:
Michael Caine
German Adjutant:
John Nettleton
Sentry:
Brian Hankins
Guard:
Geoffrey Matthews
Other parts played by:
Ian Ainsley
Other parts played by:
Sheldon Allan
Other parts played by:
Nicholas Courtney
Other parts played by:
Roy Dotrice
Other parts played by:
Alan Davidson
Other parts played by:
James Barnes

visits The Guildhall, Southampton
with Jim Dale introducing Rosemary Squires, The Ray Ellington Quartet, Steve Martin and the music of Johnny Dankworth and his Orchestra, The Dill Jones Trio with Nat Gonella
and the 1958 Beaulieu Jazz Festival to see Alex Welsh and his Dixielanders.

Contributors

Presenter:
Jim Dale
Singer:
Rosemary Squires
Musicians:
The Ray Ellington Quartet
Singer:
Steve Martin
Musicians:
Johnny Dankworth and his Orchestra
Group:
The Dill Jones Trio
Trumpeter:
Nat Gonella
Group:
Alex Welsh and his Dixielanders
Script:
Jeremy Lloyd
Producer:
Dennis Main Wilson
Producer:
Ronald Webster

A series of six adventures by Michael Gilbert
[Starring] Derek Farr
with Harry Locke, John Glyn-Jones

Contributors

Writer:
Michael Gilbert
Music composed by:
Eric Spear
Producer:
Desmond Davis
Toby Truscott:
Derek Farr
Miss Frimpton:
Avril Elgar
Sam Shorter:
Harry Locke
George Square:
Laurie Main
George Square's Secretary:
Felicity Moore
Mr. Petergate:
Harold Scott
Professor Frimpton:
John Glyn-Jones

'Variety is the Spice of Life' featuring:
Richard Hearne, Mr. Pastry in another crazy adventure
Peter Jones, A Very Wide Boy
Jack Billings, With the dancing feet
Claudio Venturelli, Italy's Singing Star
Janice Peters, Singing Personality
Eva and Nick, Exquisite Dancers
The Television Toppers
Eric Robinson and the Orchestra, The Best in Music

(Eva and Nick are appearing at the Astor Club, London)

Contributors

Mr. Pastry:
Richard Hearne
Comedian:
Peter Jones
Dancer:
Jack Billings
Singer:
Claudio Venturelli
Singer:
Janice Peters
Dancers:
Eva and Nick
Dancers:
The Television Toppers
Musicians:
Eric Robinson and the Orchestra
Dance directed by:
Larry Gordon
Decor:
Douglas Smith
Devised and produced by:
Richard Afton

A comedy thriller by A.A. Milne.
Adapted for television by Denis Constanduros.
[Starring] George Benson, Elvi Hale

The action takes place in Arthur Ludgrove's house in the country. Time: 1928

Contributors

Author:
A.A. Milne
Adapted by:
Denis Constanduros
Designer:
Marilyn Roberts
Producer:
Adrian Brown
Susan Cunningham:
Elvi Hale
Jimmy Ludgrove:
John Warner
Edward Laveriek:
Stanley van Beers
Edward Carter:
George Benson
Major Fothergill:
Geoffrey Denys
Mrs. Fulverton-Fane:
Damaris Hayman
Jane West:
Maria Charles
Arthur Ludgrove:
Maurice Colbourne
Adams:
Patrick Noble
P.C. Mallet:
Raymond Rollett
Sgt. Mallet:
John Moffatt

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