ITV Play of the Week

(1955–74)

TV Programme | B&W
| Stars: Anna Carteret, Barbara Couper, Jane Asher

British anthology series from Granada Television

Featured series cast

(24)
Anna Carteret
1 episode
Clarissa Crosswaite
Barbara Couper
1 episode
Lady Frinton
Jane Asher
1 episode
Lucy
Raymond Clarke
1 episode
David Bulloch
Graham Crowden
1 episode
The Hon Willie Wynton
Arthur Hewlett
1 episode
Henry
Margaret Lockwood promotional headshot for Jassy, c. 1947, autographed ‘Sincerely’ by the actress
2 episodes
Anna / Mrs Cheyney
Virginia Clay
1 episode
Mrs Edgar
Gwenda Ewen
1 episode
the Hon. Mrs Wynton
Georgina Cookson
1 episode
Mabel Crosswaite
Peter Graves
1 episode
Charles
Joan Miller
1 episode
Ellie
Paul Ferris
1 episode
David Hoylake-Johnston
Mary Holland
1 episode
Lady Joan Houghton
Joan Newell
1 episode
Maud
Philippa Gail
1 episode
Jane Broadbent
David Pinner
1 episode
Pete
Clive Morton
1 episode
The Duke of Bristol
Justice (1971-74) photograph (1) | John Stone, Margaret Lockwood
John Stone
1 episode
Vince
A new picture of the talented and lovely British actress Joan Greenwood under contract to the J. Arthur Rank Organisation.
1 episode
Sheila Broadbent
Leslie Phillips
1 episode
Jimmy Broadbent
Dennis Price sports a natty moustache, cravat and white jumper, all whilst smoking a cigarette
1 episode
Lord Dilling
John Sherlock
1 episode
George
Ruth Taylor
1 episode
Mrs Ebley
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Partial episode guide (3 episodes)

Season 1 (1 episode)

Season 2 (1 episode)

Season 7 (1 episode)

Pictures

(3)
TV Times magazine with Margaret Lockwood in The Last of Mrs Cheyney.  16th September, 1956.
Look Westward magazine with Leslie Phillips and  Joan Greenwood in The Reluctant Debutante.  27th February, 1966.
TV Times magazine with Joan Greenwood and  Leslie Phillips in The Reluctant Debutante.  26th February, 1966.

Production

(6)
John Jacobs
1 episode
Director
Desmond Davis
1 episode
Director
Michael Westmore
1 episode
Director
William Douglas-Home
1 episode
Writer (play)
Rodney Ackland
1 episode
Writer (adapted by)
Frederick Lonsdale
1 episode
Writer (play)