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: Sam Wanamaker in 'DEATH OF A SALESMAN'

by Arthur Miller
Adapted for broadcasting by Peter Watts
with members of the BBC Drama Repertory Company Incidental music by Alex North conducted by Marcus Dods Produced by Peter Watts
Kenneth A. Hurren writes on page 2
DURING THE INTERVAL (9.5-9.15 app.):
Excursions. Op. 20 (Barber) played by Andor Foldes (piano) on a gramophone record


Unknown: Arthur Miller
Broadcasting By: Peter Watts
Music By: Alex North
Conducted By: Marcus Dods
Produced By: Peter Watts
Unknown: Kenneth A. Hurren
Played By: Andor Foldes
WILLY LOMAN, a salesman: Sam Wanamaker
LINDA, his wife: Tucker McGuire
BIFF, his elder son: David March
HAPPY, his younger son: Michael Turner
CHARLEY, his neighbour: John Glen
BERNARD, Charley's son: Malcolm Hayes
A WOMAN: June Tobin
UNCLE BEN: Francis De Wolff
HOWARD WAGNER, Willy's employer: Trevor Martin
JENNY, Bernard's secretary: Ella Milne
STANLEY, a waiter: Errol MacKinnon
Miss FORSYTHE: Tobi Weinberg
LETTA: Mavis Villiers


Some of his organ pieces, including verses for single and double organ, a voluntary for the cornet etop, and a fugue played by Ralph Downes (organ)
From the Church of St. Clement Danes, London


Played By: Ralph Downes

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