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Complete casting for "Seven Keys to Doomsday"

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COMPLETE CASTING for "Seven Keys to Doomsday," opening at the Adelphi on December 16, is Trevor Martin, Wendy Padbury, James Mathews, Patsy Dermott, Ian Ruskin, Robin Browne, Jacquie Dubin, Anthony Garner, Peter Jolly, Simon Jones, Mo Kiki and Peter Whining. Sound is by Phillip Clifford, production supervisor is Trevor Mitchell and production co-ordinator for the BBC is Barry Letts. It is written by Terrance Dicks, the Daleks were created by Terry Nation. John Napier is the designer and Mick Hughes the director. It is presented by Robert De Wynter and Anthony Pye-Jeary. Press; Wendy Taylor (Theo Cowan Ltd), 499 9131.

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  • APA 6th ed.: (1974-12-05). Complete casting for "Seven Keys to Doomsday". The Stage and Television Today p. 19.
  • MLA 7th ed.: "Complete casting for "Seven Keys to Doomsday"." The Stage and Television Today [add city] 1974-12-05, 19. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: "Complete casting for "Seven Keys to Doomsday"." The Stage and Television Today, edition, sec., 1974-12-05
  • Turabian: "Complete casting for "Seven Keys to Doomsday"." The Stage and Television Today, 1974-12-05, section, 19 edition.
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