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Codron, Michael (male)
Smith, Adam (speaker, male)
Michael Codron, producer. On actors by aphabetical order; Richard Attenborough; Eileen Atkins; BBC; Alan Bates; The Birthday Party; Michael Bryant; David Bradley; Richard Briers; Brighton Rock; Peter Cadbury; Simon Callow; Canterbury Tales; The Caretaker; Robert Chetwyn; Class; Neville Coghill; Critics; Crucible Theatre in Sheffield; George Devine; Directors; Dominic Dromgoole; Patrick Dromgoole; Early English Films; Entertaining Mr Sloane; Enjoy; Barbara Ferris; Michael Frayn; Gallery First Nighters; Michael Gambon; Bamber Gascoigne; Simon Gray; Alec Guinness; Kenneth Haigh; Hampstead Theatre; Sheila Hancock; David Hare; Harold Hobson; The Homecoming; Impresarios; Geoffrey Keen; Felicity Kendal; The Killing of Sister George; Maureen Lipman; Emile Littler; Joan Littlewood; Henry Livings; Look Back in Anger; London Arts Theatre; Loot; Lord Chamberlain; Christopher Luscombe; Lyceum Theatre in Sheffield; Lyric Theatre Hammersmith; Frank Marcus; Donald McWhinnie; David Mercer; Laurence Olivier; Joe Orton; John Osborne; Peter O'Toole; Oxford University Drama Society (OUDS); Oxford University Experimental Theatre Club; The Phoenix Theatre; Harold Pinter; Donald Pleasance; Joan Plowright; Producers; Keith Prowse; Peggy Ramsay Foundation; Peggy Ramsay; Rediffusion; Beryl Reid; Ralph Richardson; Ride a Cock Horse; Ring For Catty; Royal Court Theatre; Michael Rudman; Peter Saunders; Self Censorship; Peter Sellers; Share My Lettuce; Maggie Smith; There's a Girl in My Soup; John Tydeman; Kenneth Tynan; Jimmy Wax; Harriet Walter; Kenneth Williams; Charles Wood; Peter Wood; Peter Woodthorpe; Writers; University Challenge; Mary Ure. [Interview recorded at Aldwych Theatre Offices].
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