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by Arthur Miller
Donald Wolfit and Donald Houston with Jane Wenham , William Eedle and Pinkie Johnstone
Cast in order of speaking:
Produced by JOHN TYDEMAN
To be repeated on May
See page 48
A record of Bach's
Fantasia in G major (S.572) played bv
Helmut Walcha (organ)


Unknown: Arthur Miller
Unknown: Donald Wolfit
Unknown: Donald Houston
Unknown: Jane Wenham
Unknown: William Eedle
Produced By: John Tydeman
Unknown: Helmut Walcha
Rev Parris: James Thomason
Abigail Williams: Pinkie Johnstone
Susanna Walcott: Patricia Leventon
Mrs Ann Putnam: Eva Stuart
Thomas Putnam: Roger Swaine
Mercy Lewis: Penelope Lee
Mary Warren: Jo Manning Wilson
Betty Parris ;: Elizabeth Proud
John Proctor: Donald Houston
Giles Corey: Norman Wynne
Rebecca Burse: Mary O'Farrell
Rev John Hale: William Eedle
Tituba: Vivienne Chatterton
Elizabeth Proctor: Jane Wenham
Francis Nurse: George Merritt
Ezekiel Cheever: Stephen Thorne
Judge Hathorne: Rolf Lefebvre
Deputy Governor Danforth: Donald Wolfit
Marshal Herrick: Roy Spencer


Edith Picht-Axenfeld
(piano and harpsichord)


Piano: Edith Picht-Axenfeld



Today's overseas commodity and financial news. London Stock Market closing report

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