The Wednesday Play: Season 1, Episode 162

Mad Jack (4 Feb. 1970)

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Play dealing with the life of British Army lieutenant Siegfried Sassoon, and his protests against the inhumanity of the First World War.

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Michael Pennington ...
Geoffrey Cromlech
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Adjutant
David Wood ...
Ormand
Charles Lewsen ...
Anna Barry ...
John Boxer ...
Hugh Massingham
Jonathan Cecil ...
Lytton Strachey
Roger Ostime ...
Barton
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Wilmot
Barry Savage ...
Mansfield
James Cossins ...
Colonel Jones-Williams
Ann Beach ...
Music hall artist
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Play dealing with the life of British Army lieutenant Siegfried Sassoon, and his protests against the inhumanity of the First World War.

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