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Romanoff and Juliet (1964 film)

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"Romanoff and Juliet"
Wednesday Theatre episode
Episode no.Season 1
Episode 3
Directed byPatrick Barton
Teleplay byNoel Robinson[1]
Original air dates20 January 1965 (Sydney)[2]
27 January 1965 (Melbourne)[3]
Running time90 mins[4]
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"Romanoff and Juliet" is a 1964 Australian television play based on the play by Peter Ustinov.[5]

It was part of Wednesday Theatre.

Plot

In a small European country, Judith, the daughter of the American ambassador, falls for the Igor, son of the Russia ambassador.

Cast

  • Raymond Westwell as the general
  • Judith Arthey as Juliet
  • Laurence Beck as Igor
  • Eric Reiman as Moulsworth
  • Wynn Roberts as Romanoff
  • Joan MacArthur as Beulah
  • Marion Edward as Evdokia
  • Terry Norris as the spy Mauve Monk
  • Fay Kelton as Martha
  • Bruce Barry as American boy
  • Dennis Miller and Clive Winmill as soldiers
  • Sheila Florence as Archbishop

Production

It was filmed in Melbourne.[6]

Reception

The TV critic for the Sydney Morning Herald thought the production was similar to "a children's pantomime... however, a lot of it is lively and amusing enough to raise a smile."[7]

References

  1. ^ "TV Guide". Sydney Morning Herald. 18 January 1965. p. 155.
  2. ^ "TODAY'S TV". The Canberra Times. 39 (11, 058). Australian Capital Territory, Australia. 20 January 1965. p. 17. Retrieved 19 February 2017 – via National Library of Australia.
  3. ^ "TV Guide". The Age. 21 January 1965. p. 22.
  4. ^ "WEDNESDAY". The Canberra Times. 39 (11, 056). Australian Capital Territory, Australia. 18 January 1965. p. 15. Retrieved 20 March 2017 – via National Library of Australia.
  5. ^ "JOHN HOWARD, our television critic, discusses Romanoff and Juliet... Cuts improved the play". The Canberra Times. 39 (11, 060). Australian Capital Territory, Australia. 22 January 1965. p. 13. Retrieved 19 February 2017 – via National Library of Australia.
  6. ^ "Untitled". The Age. 21 January 1965. p. 19.
  7. ^ "Romanoff and Juliet". Sydney Morning Herald. 21 January 1965. p. 10.

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