Paul Bryers The Legion Of The Lost

(3.2 stars; 2 reviews)

Saturday-Night Theatre Sat 1st Sep 1984, 20:30 on BBC Radio 4 FM The Legion of the Lost An historical comedy by Paul Bryers. During the Napoleonic Wars, a French invasion of Wales was set up as a diversionary tactic. It was led by an American revolutionary colonel with more of a taste for wine and women than for military strategy, and his invasion of Fishguard is one of the least celebrated but most amusing episodes in history. Directed by Cherry Cookson   The Narrator: Tenniel Evans Col Tate: David Healy Nancy: Zelah Clarke St Leger: Bryan Murray Madame: Maggie McCarthy Carnot/Knox/Lattimer: Gordon Dulieu Marcel: Olivier Pierre Emile: William Hope Pat: Robert Hamilton Jerry: Philip Fox Antoine/Cawdor: Arnold Diamond Mona: Helena Breck Tone/Whitesides: Joe Dunlop Hoche: Colin Starkey

This recording is part of the Old Time Radio collection.


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