Don't Utter a Note

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Don't Utter a Note is a teleplay with 3 acts by Anton Delmar.


The original text

Originally written as a teleplay for Associated British Corporation (ABC), it was first broadcast April 9 1966 by ITV in Armchair Theatre (1956–1974)[1] (Season 6: Episode 11) as Don't Utter a Note, with Sidney James (credited as Sid James) as "Basher Bates".

South African Productions

1979: Produced as a stage play in September at the Masque Theatre by The Bergvliet Dramatic Society. Directed by Dorothy Sawdon, with Lieske Bester ("Florence Pringle"), Embla Human ("Nellie Pringle"), Tony Bent ("Vicar"), Ron Fenton ("Basher Bates"), Greg Hughes ("Nick"), Lisette Bester ("Sally"), Norman Sargeant ("Police Srgt. Howlett") and Rory Gilmore ("Arnold Barraclough").


Sources

Correspondence with Frazer Fenton (April, 2016)

Cast list: Don't Utter a Note (courtesy of Frazer Fenton)[2]

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0760012/fullcredits?ref_=tt_cl_sm#cast

Leonard White. 2003 Armchair Theatre: The Lost Years (Kelly Publications)[3]

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