Mrs. Gibbons' Boys
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In 1962, Peter Blackmore and Max Varnel adapted it for a feature film. Mrs. Gibbons' Boys was released by the British Lion Film Corporation. The cast, directed by Arnel, included Kathleen Harrison, Lionel Jeffries, Diana Dors, David Lodge, Eric Pohlmann, and Milo O'Shea. On November 19th 1957, a production of the play opened at the Theatre Royal Windsor. It was directed by Hugh Goldie, with settings designed by Hal Henshaw.The cast was as follows -: Mary Kerridge [Myra Hood], Avice Landone [Mrs Mary Gibbons], Vivian Matalon [Rudy Gibbons], Malcolm Russell [Mr Rausch], David Kelly [Coles], Eric House [Lester MacMichaels], David Lander [Woodrow W. Grupp], Frederick Jaeger [Rodla Gibbons], Lee Montague [Francis X. Gibbons], George Margo [Ernie "Horse" Wagner], Muriel Ridley [Pearl].