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The Hasty Heart

Fiesta Dinner Playhouse, San Antonio, Texas (21 April - 24 May 1981)

Appearing as Sergeant Lachlan McLachlan

A comedy-drama in three acts by John Patrick.

The story tells of a wounded Scottish soldier (James MacArthur) whose last few weeks of life, spent in a convalescent ward of a hospital in the Orient, are changed by the sympathetic treatment his fellow patients try to give him -- and his stubborn rejection of this. The man's extreme independence of spirit nearly wrecks the good intentions of those who want to make him happy, but at the last -- particularly after he falls in love with the nurse -- he learns the great lesson of love for his neighbor.


Orderly: George Ormiston
Yank: Barry Cutler
Digger: Jeffrey G. Forward
Kiwi: David Wende
Blossom: Randal Johnson
Tommy: Wayne M. DePont
Margaret: Caroline Lagerfelt
Colonel: R. Cotham Jolly
Lachlan: James MacArthur

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Hasty Heart Script

Hasty Heart poster featuring James MacArthur

Hast Heart Program featuring James MacArthur

James MacArthur and Caroline Lagerfelt

James MacArthur and cast members from The Hasty Heart

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