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The Common Touch (15-Dec-1941)

Director: John Baxter

Writers: C. G. H. Ayres; Barbara K. Emary; Geoffrey Orme

Musical Score Composed and DIrected by: Kennedy Russell

Producer: John Baxter

Keywords: Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Bill Fraser
Actor
5-Jun-1908 5-Sep-1987 Claude Snudge
Greta Gynt
Actor
15-Nov-1916 2-Apr-2000 The Dark Eyes of London
John Longden
Actor
11-Nov-1900 26-May-1971 Quatermass 2
Bernard Miles
Actor
27-Sep-1907 14-Jun-1991 Founder of the Mermaid Theatre, London

CAST

Geoffrey Hibbert   ...   Peter Henderson
with
Harry Welchman   ...   Lincoln's INN
Greta Gynt   ...   Sylvia Meadows
Joyce Howard   ...   Mary
Edward Rigby   ...   Tich
George Carney   ...   Charlie
Bransby Williams   ...   Ben
Eliot Makeham   ...   Inky
Mark Hambourg   ...   Chopin
Raymond Lovell   ...   Cartwright
John Longden   ...   Stuart Gordon
Bernard Miles   ...   Cricket Steward
Wally Patch   ...   Nobby
Paul Martin   ...   Chris
Edgar Driver   ...   Oily
Jerry Verno   ...   Office Messenger
Scott Sanders   ...   Pat
Charles Carson   ...   Supporting Cast
Ben Williams   ...   Supporting Cast
John Slater   ...   Supporting Cast
Bill Fraser   ...   Harris
John Turnbull   ...   Supporting Cast
Marian Spencer   ...   Supporting Cast
Grant Tyler   ...   Supporting Cast
Dennis Wyndham   ...   Supporting Cast
Sydney Shaw   ...   Harmonica Player
Hector Abbas   ...   Supporting Cast

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