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: June Tobin in 'CHAUD ET FROID'

or ' The Idea of Monsieur Dom'
An English translation by Geoffrey Brereton adapted by Cynthia Pughe from the play by Fernand Crommelynck
Produced by Peter Watts


Translation By: Geoffrey Brereton
Adapted By: Cynthia Pughe
Play By: Fernand Crommelynck
Produced By: Peter Watts
Ida, a countrywoman: Kathleen Helme
Alix, the maidservant: Hilda Schroder
Leona wife of Monsieur Dom: June Tobin
Bellemasse, the schoolmaster: John Scott
The Burgomaster: George Howe
Odilon, a young farmer: Trevor Martin
Thierry, Ida's husband: John Sharplin
Felie, a ' relative ': Catherine Salkeld


played by Adolph Hallis


Played By: Adolph Hallis


Four Steps
A personal statement by the poet as to the ' four steps in his pilgrimage' by which he came to find himseU at odds with American bureaucracy.
(: broadcast In the Home Service in ' At Home and Abroad ' on April 22)


Trio in C, Op. 87 played by The Trio di Trieste:
Renato Zanettovich (violin)
Libero Lano (cello)
Dario de Rosa (piano) on a gramophone record


Violin: Renato Zanettovich
Cello: Libero Lano
Piano: Dario de Rosa

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