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: 'The Wild Duck'

Jill Bennett
Anthony Jacobs and Brian Wilde with Betty Hardy
BY HENRIK IBSEN in an adaptation by Max Faber
Hedvig Ekdal : Jill Bennett
Hjalmar Ekdal : Brian Wilde
Gregers Werle : Anthony Jacobs
Gina Ekdal : Betty Hardy
Old Ekdal : Beckett Bould
Haakon Werle : Harry Webster
Bertha Sorby : Mary Wimbush
Doctor Relling : Raf de la Torre
Molvik Robert Bernal
See page 49

9.0-9.6 and 9.45-9.50 app.
First interval: A movement from Grieg's Violin Sonata No. 1 in F played by Yehudi Menuhin (violin) and Robert Levin (piano)
Second interval: Silent Woods (Dvorak) played by Ludwig Hoelscher (cello) and Michael Raucheisen (piano) on gramophone records


Unknown: Jill Bennett
Unknown: Anthony Jacobs
Unknown: Brian Wilde
Unknown: Betty Hardy
Unknown: By Henrik Ibsen
Unknown: Max Faber
Unknown: Hedvig Ekdal
Unknown: Jill Bennett
Unknown: Hjalmar Ekdal
Unknown: Brian Wilde
Unknown: Gregers Werle
Unknown: Anthony Jacobs
Unknown: Gina Ekdal
Unknown: Beckett Bould
Unknown: Haakon Werle
Unknown: Harry Webster
Unknown: Bertha Sorby
Unknown: Mary Wimbush
Production By: Frederick Bradnum
Played By: Yehudi Menuhin
Played By: Robert Levin
Played By: Ludwig Hoelscher
Played By: Michael Raucheisen

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