Director: Robert M. Leeds
Rôle: Colonel Dimonella
Broadcast: 27 June 1964 BBCTV
Synopsis: When the body of an Italian partisan who was last seen with Harry Lime during World War II is discovered at the end of a glacier, Harry returns to the Alps to face retribution from the agent's former compatriots, including the man's father, Colonel Dimonella.
Trivia: An early television appearance by Oliver Reed as Pepi.
Availability: DVD (Timeless Media) Release Date: 5 May 2010.
Mr Ponge (1965)
Director: Geoffrey Nethercott
Writer: James Hanley
Rôle: Mr Ponge
Broadcast: 9 December 1965 BBCTV
Synopsis: Mr Ponge is an eccentric man living in a boarding house.
He has discomposed his fellow boarding house residents. He smiles too much and walks down to breakfast...backwards.
They want him to leave. But, when he is confronted about leaving by the boarding house owner, things do not go well.
Availability: No copy is known to exist of this play. Most of the whole series (239 out of 286 plays broadcast between 1961 and 1973) are missing.
Director: Rudolph Cartier
Writer: Lida Winiewicz
Rôle: The Interrogator
Broadcast: 2 October 1970 BBCTV
Synopsis: The play is set in Italy in 1513 where the former Secretary of State (Nigel Davenport) is being tortured and interrogated because a book he has written is regarded as treasonable.
Marius is his former colleague and the interrogator.
Availability: No copy is known to exist of this play.