The Wednesday Play: Season 1, Episode 100

Pitchi Poi (1 Nov. 1967)

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A French peasant struggles to reunite a young Jewish girl, whom he took in during the Second World War, with her mother when the war is over.


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Episode credited cast:
Georges Rouquier ...
Karine Levy ...
Marie Laure Benahim ...
Monique Demestre ...
Nina Demestre ...
Chantal Salvaderi ...
Hermine Karagheuz ...
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Max Buchsbaum
Hugh Dickson ...
Interrogator (voice)
Catherine Dolan ...
Interrogator (voice)
Renate Grosser
Imogen Hassall ...
Rogation (voice)
Malcolm Hayes
Martin Held ...
Narrator (voice)
Maria Hofen


A French peasant struggles to reunite a young Jewish girl, whom he took in during the Second World War, with her mother when the war is over.

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A vague memory, but an indelible impression
26 August 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I, too, was a thirteen year-old lad when I watched this typically first-rate BBC T.V. drama.

At that age and in that decade, the war seemed to me to be actually within my lifetime, but just beyond my recollection. I knew something of the horrors of what had happened to Jews, gypsies and other minorities but it tended to be talked about rarely and in hushed tones by family. One of my schoolteachers actually told us (a horde of 11 year-bolds), 'You'll find out what happened when you're older - you're too young to know.' I'm not sure she was right, but she had good intentions.

I would love to be able to watch it again. I'd appreciate any help in obtaining a copy, or sight of the programme again. Also, any further detail on the actors and makers of the programme.

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