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The Vatican 1978: a little-known Cardinal from Venice is elected to succeed Pope Paul VI. A compromise candidate, he takes the name Pope John Paul I, and quickly shows himself to be the liberal the reactionaries within the Catholic Church most feared. Just thirty-three days later, he is dead. No official investigation is conducted, no autopsy is performed, and the Vatican Running time approx. 2 hours 30 minutesPerformers David Suchet (Cardinal Benelli), Joseph Mydell (Cardinal Cantin), Michael Cronin (Cardinal Suenens), Paul Foster (Father Lorenzi), Maroussia Frank (Sister Vincenza), John Franklin Robbins (Cardinal Ottaviani), Michael Jayston (The Confessor), Charles Kay (Cardinal Felici), Joseph Long (Cardinal Lorscheider), Bernard Lloyd (Cardinal Villot), Roger May (Monsignor Magee), Christopher Mellows (Dr Buzzonetti/Thomas), Stuart Milligan (Bishop Marcinkus), Richard O'Callaghan (Cardinal Luciani), Bruce Purchase (Cardinal Baggio), Clifford Rose (Pope Paul VI).
Author Roger Crane. Corporate Sponsor Hendy Ford. Corporate Sponsor Lockheed Martin. Producer Duncan C Weldon. Producer Paul Elliott (for Triumph Entertainment Ltd. Producer Theatre Royal Haymarket Productions. Producer Festival Theatre Chichester. Director David Jones. Design William Dudley. Costume Fotini Dimou. Lighting Peter Mumford. Music Dominic Muldowney.
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