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Play production for the country theatre
Drummond, A. M.
1930 by The New York State College of Agriculture at Cornell University in [Ithaca] .
Written in English
|Statement||[by] A. M. Drummond...|
|Series||Cornell extension bulletin. Bulletin 82. April, 1923. (Revised October, 1930)|
|LC Classifications||S95 .C12 no. 82|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||78|
|LC Control Number||33027242|
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Another Country Poster for the production starring Colin Firth Written byJulian Mitchell CharactersGuy Bennett Tommy Judd Barclay Delahay Donald Devenish Fowler James Harcourt Date premiered5 November Place premieredGreenwich Theatre Play production for the country theatre book, England Original languageEnglish GenreDrama Settingan English public school in the early s Place premiered: Greenwich Theatre, London, England.
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