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Ronald Cass Biography (1923-)
Born April 21, 1923, in Llanelli, Wales; son of Saul (a jeweler) and Rachel (a draper; maiden name, Palto) Cass; married Valerie Dorothy Carton (an actress and singer), June 30, 1955; children: Deborah Anne, Stephen Cecil, Nicola Jane. Addresses: HOME--27-A Elsworthy Road, London NW3, England. OFFICE--15 Bloomsbury Square, London WC1, England. AGENT--c/o Nina Blatt, Coach House, One Larptent Avenue, London SW15, England.
- Birth Details
- April 21, 1923
- Llanelli, Wales
Credits; PRINCIPAL STAGE WORK; MUSICAL DIRECTOR
- Deja Revue, Move Along Sideways, both 1975.
- The Thoughts of Chairman Alf, 1977.
Credits; PRINCIPAL TELEVISION WORK; EPISODIC
- Script editor, "Starbursts," Entertainment Express, Central Television.
- Musical director, program associate, Highway, ITV, 1984--.
Writings;REVUES; ALL AS COMPOSER OF SCORE
- 10:15 Revue, Irving Theatre, London, 1951.
- The Irving Revue, Irving Theatre, 1952.
- (also book) Jack and the Beanstalk, Palladium Theatre, London, 1968.
- Also provided score for Just Lately, Intimacy at Eight, both 1952; High Spirits, 1953; Intimacy at 8:30, 1954; For Amusement Only, 1956; Harmony Close, 1957; For Adults Only, 1958; The Lord Chamberlain Regrets ..., 1961; Enrico, 1963; Deja Revue, 1975; Blondes and Bombshells, 1979.
- Summer Holiday, 1963.
- Best House in London, 1969.
- The Virgin and the Gypsy, 1970.
- Also The Young Ones; Go to Blazes; French Dressing; Wonderful Life.
Writings;TELEVISION SCORES; SERIES
- This Is Tom Jones.
- The Gentle Flame.
- Sing a Song of Sixpence.
- Easter in Rome.
- PLAYS,PRODUCED Co-author, Kingdom Coming, 1972.
- A Well-Ordered Affair, 1976.
- Blondes and Bombshells, 1979.
- (With Donald Ross) "Affair on Demand," Love Boat, ABC.
- (with Ron Moody) The Other Side of London.
- A Funny Thing Happened, or An Anthology of Pro's.
- The Highway Companion.
- True Blue.
- Fringe Benefits.
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