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: Cabaret Cartoons

Cartoons by Harry Rutherford
Cabaret by:
Pat Taylor (songs)
Joe Adami (juggling clown)
Marjorie Ralph (the Welsh accordionist)
Robert Harbin (illusionist)
Bobbie and Nornie Dwyer (dancers)
Pat Frost (xylophone)
Petula Clark (the young singer)
Rayinski (saxophone)
Peter Sinclair (Cock o' the North)
The Windmill Girls (from the Windmill Theatre)
John Blore and his Dance Orchestra

Contributors

Cartoonist: Harry Rutherford
Singer: Pat Taylor
Juggling clown: Joe Adami
Musician: Marjorie Ralph
Singer: Petula Clark
Saxophone: Aubyn Rayinski
Entertainer: Peter Sinclair
Performers: The Windmill Girls
Musicians: John Blore and his Dance Orchestra
Presented By: Cecil Madden

: Contrasts

A mixed programme

: Amateur Boxing Exhibition

Bantamweight
C. F. Tucker, A.B.A. and A.T.C. National Champion, 1946, and S. J. Connolly, Silver Wings winner, 1946
Featherweight
W. Howick, runner-up A.T.C: Championship, 1945 and S. Burns, S.E. Divisional Champion, 1946
Boys
W. H. Hudd and J. Linsell

Contributors

Boxer: C. F. Tucker
Boxer: S. J. Connolly
Boxer: W. Howick
Boxer: S. Burns
Boxer: W. H. Hudd
Boxer: J. Linsell
Commentator: Peter Wilson
Producer: S. E. Reynolds

: Film

: Guest Night: No. 2

A. G. Street invites his friends to watch and discuss a demonstration of telepathy (by Maurice Fogel), and clairvoyance (by Fred Marion).

Contributors

Host: A. G. Street
Telepathy: Maurice Fogel
Clairvoyance: Fred Marion
Presented by: Mary Adams








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