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: For the Children

Commander A. B. Campbell opens his sea chest again and shows more trophies of his travels in West Africa.
Afterwards, he introduces children to a West African dancer and the West African Dunia Orchestra

Contributors

Presenter: Commander A. B. Campbell
Musicians: West African Dunia Orchestra

: Interlude

: Sylvie Saint Clair

(French Cabaret Star)

Contributors

Performer: Sylvie Saint Clair

: Prison Without Bars

by Peggy Barwell
Other parts played by Mary Poirner, Stella Andrew, Sheila Eves, and Joyce Elphick.

Contributors

Writer: Peggy Barwell
Producer: Harold Clayton
Actress: Mary Poirner
Actress: Stella Andrew
Actress: Sheila Eves
Actress: Joyce Elphick
Anne: Carol Lawton
Miss Gaston: Margery Caldicott
Miss Bertram: Anne Welfitt
Miss Appel: Una Venning
Dr John Marshall: Sebastian Shaw
Miss Carol Linden: Joan Carol
Rita Watson: Mary Horn
Rita Watson: Viola Merritt
Mary Albert: Dorothy Gordon
Lucy Albert: Natalie Jordan
Renate: Maureen Pook
Margaret: Elizabeth Hunt
'Duchess': Joanna Carter
Miss Roland: Marjorie Gresley
Miss Roberts: Anne Wrigg
First girl: Liselotte Kristian
Third girl: Margaret Bull








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