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: Demonstration Film

(to 12.10)

: Felix Mendelssohn and his Hawaiian Serenaders

with Kealoha Life, The Pulu Moe Trio, Sammy Mitchell, Archie Coates, Peter Cosimini, Cynthia Read, Helen Davis, Barbara Hamed and The South Sea Lovelies
Presenting music of the South Sea Islands and dance music in the Hawaiian style.
Guest artist, Phil Phillips


Musicians: Felix Mendelssohn and his Hawaiian Serenaders
Singer: Kealoha Life
Musicians: The Pulu Moe Trio
Guitarist: Sammy Mitchell
Singer: Archie Coates
Accordionist: Peter Cosimini
Dancer: Cynthia Read
Performer: Helen Davis
Performer: Barbara Hamed
Dancers: The South Sea Lovelies
Guest artist: Phil Phillips
Producer: D. H. Munro

: Picture Page

A television magazine.
Edited and introduced by Joan Gilbert.
Interviewer, Neal Arden
(to 16.00)


Presenter: Joan Gilbert
Interviewer: Neal Arden

: Felix Mendelssohn and his Hawaiian Serenaders

(For details, see 3.0)


Musicians: Felix Mendelssohn and his Hawaiian Serenaders

: Picture Page

(For details, see 3.30)

: Joan Boseley



Pianist: Joan Boseley

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.10)

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