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: Roger Livesey in 'DON JUAN'

by Henry de Montherlant
English version by Robert Baldick with LAURENCE PAYNE and OLIVER JOHNSTON
Music composed by Manuel Lazareno
Guitarist, Freddie Phillips
Radio adaptation and production by H. B. Fortuin


Unknown: Henry de Montherlant
Unknown: Robert Baldick
Unknown: Laurence Payne
Unknown: Oliver Johnston
Composed By: Manuel Lazareno
Guitarist: Freddie Phillips
Production By: H. B. Fortuin
Don Juan: Roger Livesey
Alcacer, his son: Laurence Payne
Don Basil: Godfrey Kenton
A Young Lady: Jane Jordan Rogers
Linda: Hilda Schroder
Three Carnavaleros: Leigh Crutchley,
Three Carnavaleros: John Bennett,
Three Carnavaleros: John Scott,
The Commander: Oliver Johnston
The Marquis: Richard Williams
The Countess: Gladys Spencer
The Widow: Kathleen Helme
Three Authorities on Don Juan: John Bennett
Three Authorities on Don Juan: Keith Williams
Three Authorities on Don Juan: Edgar Norfolk
Ana de Ulloa: Mary Manson


anon, 13th and 14th centuries performed by A vocal and instrumental ensemble
Conducted by Marc Honegger on a gramophone record
Introduced by Denis Stevens


Conducted By: Marc Honegger
Introduced By: Denis Stevens


for Ash Wednesday by the Very Rev. E. S. Abbott ,
D.D. Dean of Westminster


Unknown: Very Rev. E. S. Abbott
Unknown: D.D. Dean


by Shura Cherkassky


Unknown: Shura Cherkassky

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