The Wednesday Play (1964–1970)
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The Season of the Witch 

A young woman quits her dull job in the typing pool, and goes off on a search for personal freedom.

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Julie Driscoll ...
Meredith Bates
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Jake
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Shaun
Maurice Quick ...
City gentleman
Jenny Fabian ...
Anne
Fanny Carby ...
Mrs. Bates
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Mr. Bates
Karrie Lambert ...
WPC
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Police inspector
Christine Hargreaves ...
Jenny Bates
Frank Littlewood ...
Judge
Tony Caunter ...
Lorry driver
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A young woman quits her dull job in the typing pool, and goes off on a search for personal freedom.

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7 January 1970 (UK)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Seen over 30 years ago and still vividly remembered
12 April 2005 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I watched this play when I was 11 years old and I have never forgotten it. I still think of the story sometimes even after over 30 years. It was the first time I had seen Robert Powell act in anything and he impressed me so much. It was obvious that he would become very famous one day because his acting was so effortless. It also surprised me at the time that Julie Driscoll acted in the play because I had only known of her as a singer and not an actress. I would recommend anyone who is interested in Powell's work or just in plays on television in the 60's to watch this play if they can manage to get a copy of it. It was fresh and original and most of all memorable.


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