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Max Beerbohm 'HILARY MALTBY AND STEPHEN BRAXTON'

Adapted from ' Seven Men ' and produced by Douglas Cleverdon with Felix Felton , Georgie Henschel
Neville Hartley ,lan Sadler
The hideous fiasco of Mr. Hilary Maltby's first, and only, visit to Keeb Hall occurred during that distant summer when ladies in billowing sleeves might be seen bicycling slowly up and down the paven terrace of many a great English country house, smiling with pride and rapture in the delicious new form of locomotion. It was Mr. Maltby's own bicycle, alas, that precipitated his penultimate humiliation.
Third Programme

Max Beerbohm ' HILARY MALTBY AND STEPHEN BRAXTON'

Adapted from ' Seven Men ' and produced by Douglas Cleverdon
(Continued in next column)
The hideous fiasco of Mr. Hilary Alahby's first, and only, visit to Keeb Hall occurred during that distant summer when ladies in billowing sleeves might be seen bicycling slowly up and down the paven terrace of many a great English country house, smiling with pride and rapture in the delicious new' form of locomotion. It was Mr. Maltby's own bicycle, alas, that precipitated his penultimate humiliation.
Third Programme

Max Beerbohm 'HILARY MALTBY AND STEPHEN BRAXTON'

Adapted from ' Seven Men ' and produced by Douglas Cleverdon
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