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Roy Dotrice As Charles Dickens - Skies And Nancy / The Bastille Prisoner Album
Roy Dotrice As Charles Dickens - Skies And Nancy / The Bastille Prisoner Album
Performer: Roy Dotrice As Charles Dickens
Title: Skies And Nancy / The Bastille Prisoner
Label: Argo
Country: UK
Released: 1978
Cat: ZDSW 711/2
Rating: 4.6/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1639 mb | MP3 size: 2213 mb | WMA size: 2103 mb
Genre: Sounds / TV
Tracklist

1 Skies And Nancy
2Chapter Three
3Chapter Two
4Chapter One
5Chapter Three
6 The Bastille Prisoner

Credits

  • Read ByRoy Dotrice
  • Written-ByCharles Dickens

Notes

Based on The Public Readings
A Demitriou Production

Album

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