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Pantomania presents: The Babes in the Wood

Synopsis

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Television's Annual Frolic
Written by Brad Ashton, S.C. Green, Dick Vosburgh, R.M. Hills.
Among those taking part:
Eamonn Andrews, Isobel Barnett, The Beverley Sisters, Derek Bond, Kenneth Connor, Sam Costa, Peter Dimmock, Charlie Drake, Peter Haigh, Tony Hancock, Derek Hart, Benny Hill, Sidney James, Lenny the Lion with Terry Hall, Alex Macintosh, Bill Maynard, Jean Metcalfe, Cliff Michelmore, Pete Murray, Jack Payne, Sylvia Peters, Ted Ray, Geoffrey Johnson Smith, Peter West, Huw Wheldon, Frankie Vaughan

Contributors

Producer: Graeme Muir
Choreography: Denny Bettis
Singers: George Mitchell Singers
Conductor, George Mitchell Singers/Orchestra: George Clouston
Designer: Malcolm Goulding
Writer: Brad Ashton
Writer: S.C. Green
Writer: Dick Vosburgh
Writer: R.M. Hills
Merry Man: Eamonn Andrews
Performer: Isobel Barnett
Singers: The Beverley Sisters
Robber: Derek Bond
School Inspector/Lawyer: Kenneth Connor
Baron Eville: Sam Costa
Merry Man/Sherwood Commentator: Peter Dimmock
Sheriff: Charlie Drake
Robber: Peter Haigh
Aladdin/Robin Hood: Tony Hancock
Merry Man: Derek Hart
Minstrel: Benny Hill
The Genie/Friar Tuck: Sidney James
Forrester/ventriloquist: Terry Hall
1st Villager/Woodcutter: Alex Macintosh
Babe: Bill Maynard
Fairy Queen: Jean Metcalfe
Merry Man: Cliff Michelmore
Performer: Pete Murray
Widow Higgins: Jack Payne
Maid Marion: Sylvia Peters
Babe: Ted Ray
Performer: Geoffrey Johnson Smith
Performer: Peter West
Merry Man: Huw Wheldon
Singer: Frankie Vaughan

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Pantomania presents: The Babes in the Wood

BBC Television, 25 December 1957 19.30

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