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: Pets: The Adaptability of the Dog

by R. C. G. Hancock, M.R.C.V.S.

Contributors

Expert/presenter: R. C. G. Hancock

: Cartoon Films

: Five Ways to Paradise

A fantasy written for television by Ronald Jeans.

Contributors

Writer: Ronald Jeans.
Producer: Eric Fawcett

: Little Show

Introduced by Jon Pertwee
with Jack and Eddy Eden (cabaret entertainers)
Rudy Starita (xylophone)
Bob Mallin (cowboy songs)
Nora Moody (impressions)
Anna Chadwick (songs)
At the piano, Evel Burns

Contributors

Introduced by: Jon Pertwee
Entertainer: Jack Eden
Entertainer: Eddy Eden
Xylophonist: Rudy Starita
Singer: Bob Mallin
Impressionist: Nora Moody
Singer: Anna Chadwick
Piano accompaniments: Evel Burns

: The Gods Go A-Begging


The Sadler's Wells Opera Ballet Company in..
Music by Handel, arranged by Sir Thomas Beecham.
The Orchestra conducted by Ivan Clayton
Produced for television by Philip Bate
Preparations are in progress for a fete champetre. The company arrives and into its midst strays a shepherd. He dances; and the noblemen and their ladies dance and stray off into the wood. They return and are indignant to find the serving maid dancing with the shepherd but the messenger of the Gods reveals two Divinities and everyone dances homage to the Gods

Contributors

Music: Handel Music arranger: Sir Thomas Beecham
Choreography: Ninette de Valois
Costumes/decor: Henry Stevenson
Orchestra conductor: Ivan Clayton
Producer: Philip Bate
A serving maid: Anne Heaton
A shepherd: Leo Kersley
Two serving maids: Sheilah O'Reilly
Two serving maids: Nadia Nerina
Court ladies: Joan Harris
Court ladies: Pamela Chrimes
Court ladies: June Day
Court ladies: Thekla Russell
Court ladies: Pauline Wadsworth
Noblemen: Alan Carter
Noblemen: Eric Hyrst
Noblemen: Peter Darrell
Noblemen: Michael Hogan
Noblemen: Kenneth MacMillan
Black lackeys: Josephine Gordon
Black lackeys: Greta Hamby
Black lackeys: Diana Field
Black lackeys: Sheila Nelson
Black lackeys: Margaret Dady
Black lackeys: Frank Ward
Mercury: Michael Boulton

: Cartoonist's Corner: Raff

Contributors

Cartoonist: Raff

: The Catch

The Sadler's Wells Opera Ballet Company
Music, "Rumanian Dances" by Bela Bartok.
The Orchestra conducted by Ivan Clayton

Contributors

Music: Bela Bartok
Choreography/costumes: Alan Carter
Orchestra conducted by: Ivan Clayton
Produced for television by: Philip Bate
The elder brother: Alan Carter
His girl friend: Joan Harris
The younger brother: Frank Ward








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