|WHITE HORSE INN - May 1963
WHITE HORSE INN is a love story set on the banks of Lake Wolfgang.
Head waiters of the inn have found that to fall in love with the attractive young widow who owns the establishment is a swift and certain route to dismissal. Yet none have been able to resist Josepha, least of all Leopold, the present incumbent. She, however, pines for Valentine Sutton, a regular visitor from England, and is resolutely blind to all the evidence that his thoughts for her are no more than warm friendship.
The arrival of His Imperial Majesty the Emperor serves at first only to add to the chaos, but finally his kindly understanding and wisdom do much to bring about a happy ending.
Music by Ralph Benatsky
Lyrics by Robert Gilbert
|John Ebenezer Grinkle
|The Mayor's Secretary
|Landlord of the Travellers Rest
|Linda Cole, Daphne Davis, Ann West, Diane Breeze, Linda Hoare-Cox, Joan Collins, Wendy Walker, Elaine Robinson
|Ladies of the Chorus
|Mavis Sterry, Betty Richards, Betty Smith, Audrey Blow, Alberta Catcheside, Rosemary Press, Renee Walker, Jill Harris, Susan Smith, Joyce Game, Marilyn Proctor, Pamela Rickard, Margaret Spice, Brenda Hindle, Cora Simpson, Yvonne Beaton
|Gentlemen of the Chorus
|Jerry Parkes, John Felix, Peter Blow, Terry Davis, Joe Stansfield, Bob Harris, Don Clark, Jimmy Irvine, Albert Rogers, Ken Spanner
|Alan Ford and Fred Hennen
|Chorus Mistress & Pianist
|Fred Hennen, Edward Nadal
|Chris Caves, Don Gautrey, Ian Baxter, Jim Walduck
|E. A. French