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Name  Michael Voysey

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Michael Voysey (1920 in Grimsby − 1987 in Colchester) was a playwright and writer for TV programmes.

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As a playwright he created My Astonishing Self from the works of George Bernard Shaw. He also wrote The Amorous Goldfish and adapted Marguerite by Armand Salacrou


As a TV writer he has written the following:

  • Father Brown (1974) TV Series (adaptation)
  • Cheri (1973) (TV)
  • Cranford (1972) (TV)
  • Wives and Daughters (1971) (mini) TV Series (adaptation)
  • Imperial Palace (1969) (TV)
  • Middlemarch (1968) (mini) TV Series (adaptation)
  • A Place of One's Own, an episode of Mystery and Imagination (1968)
  • The White Rabbit (1967) – a TV series adapted by Voysey from the novels by Bruce Marshall
  • Mr. John Jorrocks (1966) TV Series (writer)
  • The Old Wives' Table (1964) (TV)
  • Suspense (1962) TV Series (writer)
  • Persuasion (1960) (mini) TV Series
  • Barnaby Rudge (1960) TV Series (writer)
  • Hilda Lessways (1959) (TV) (adaptation)
  • The Royalty (1957) TV Series (writer)
  • "The Present", an episode of Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Presents (1956)
  • References

    Michael Voysey Wikipedia

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