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  • Radio: Appeared in an episode of the BBC's "The Goon Show" called "WHo Is Pink Oboe?". Shortly before airtime, the show's star, Peter Sellers, developed throat trouble and could not perform. Dyall was one of four actors who had to replace Sellers' multitude of characters.
  • Radio: Appeared (as "Gargravarr") in the radio series "The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy".
  • (1975) Stage: Appeared in Joe Orton's play "What the Butler Saw" at the Royal Court Theatre in London, England, with Betty Marsden and Michael Medwin in the cast. Lindsay Anderson was director.
  • (1932) Stage: Appeared in William Shakespeare's play, "Julius Caesar," at His Majesty's Theatre in London, England, with Godfrey Tearle, Baliol Holloway, Lyn Harding, Oscar Asche (also director), James Dale, Lily Brayton, Dorothy Green and Abraham Sofaer in the cast.
  • (1961) Stage: Appeared in William Wycherley's play, "The Gentleman Dancing Master," at the Pembroke Theatre in Croydon, Surrey, England, with Athene Seyler, Alan MacNaughtan and Hazel Penwarden in the cast. James Gillhouley was director. John Dalby composed music.
  • (1969) Stage: Appeared in the Alberts and Bruce Lacey's stage adaptation of Alexandre Dumas' novel, "The Three Musketeers Ride Again!," at the Royal Court Theatre in London, England, with Rachel Roberts, Bruce Lacey, Colin Phillips, Anthony Gray, Douglas Gray, Alexei Jawdokimov and Jill Bruce in the cast. Eleanor Fazan was director.
  • (1930-31) Stage: Appeared in George Coleman's play, "The Jealous Wife," at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England, with John Gielgud, Ralph Richardson, Joan Harben, Elsa Palmer, Leslie French, Alfred Sangster, Anthony Hawtrey and George Howe in the cast. Harcourt Williams was director.
  • (1954) Stage: Appeared in Arthur Honegger's musical, "Joan of Arc at the Stake," at the Stoll Theatre in London, England, with Ingrid Bergman, Anthony Newlands, Alfred Hallett, Norman Lumsden, a Cast of 100 artistes, a choir of 50 and a full symphony orchestra in the cast. Leighton Lucas was conductor. Roberto Rossellini was director.
  • (1949) Radio: Appeared (as "The Man in Black") in "The Night of the Twenty-Seventh" Christmas special (BBC Radio).
  • (1954) Narrator of cinema trailer of Meet Mr Malcolm.
  • (1975) Narrator of British trailer for Legend of The Werewolf.

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