The Meter Men (1967)
Directed by William Merrow
The Meter Men, from which the film The Penthouse was derived, is the first play by the well-known actor C. Scott Forbes. Its theme is a complementary one of aggression and destruction, and on the other hand, of acceptance and integrity.
- Barbara - Angela Hill
- Bruce - Christopher Prior
- Tom - Ray Cross
- Dick - Ted Neal
- Harry - Frank Houston
- Stage Manager - Alan Firminger
- ASMs - Jane Shelly, Charles Cheetham, Eileen Pasco, Margaret Bradshaw, Rick McGuire
- Lighting - Alex Kanarek
- Music - George Clark
- Assistant to the director - Gloria Sanders
- F.O.H. Manager- Frank Howcutt
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Publicity photo taken in the electrical inlet room in the basement Angela Hill
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