This revival of Adrian Brunel’s play (first presented at the Intimate, Palmers Green in February 1938; qv) achieved 107 performances.
Based on Ivor Montagu’s scenario for Brunel’s 1927 film BLIGHTY.
Cast & Crew
|Anne Villiers||Dorothy Hyson|
|Count Karl von Eckener||Bryan Coleman|
|Lady Villiers||Irene Vanbrugh|
|Lady Villiers (replacement)||Helen Haye|
|Ned Matthews||Roger Maxwell|
|Robin Villiers||David Markham|
|Robin Villiers (replacement)||Leigh Crutchley|
|Sir Francis Villiers||H G Stoker|
|Dresses by||Stella Mary Pearce|
|Men’s clothes and uniforms by||M Berman|
|Presented by||H G Stoker|
|Presented by arrangement with||Charles Killick|
|Presented by arrangement with||Victor Payne-Jennings|
|Press Representative||Laing Publicity|
|Stage Manager||Hugh Metcalfe|
|Assistant Stage Manager||Mardale Owen|
|Portrait of Robin Villiers painted by||Alick Johnstone|
|Scenery built and painted by||A E Pullinger|
|Sound effects by||Bishop Sound Co|
- Added by Jared William.
First play by the British film director Adrian Brunel, based on Ivor Montagu’s scenario for Brunel’s 1927 film BLIGHTY.
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