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: Demonstration Film

(to 12.00)

: Here Come the Boys: Part 1

(as played at the Saville Theatre, London)
[Starring] Jack Hulbert and Bobby Howes
with Ruthene Leclerc, Natasha Sokolova, Eunice Crowther, Frances Marsden, Peggy Watson, Elsa Tee, Geoffrey Denton, Freddie Fowler, The Rhythm Brothers, Eric Robinson's Orchestra.
(to 16.15)


Performer/Production and dances: Jack Hulbert
Performer: Bobby Howes
Performer: Ruthene Leclerc
Performer: Natasha Sokolova
Performer: Eunice Crowther
Performer: Frances Marsden
Performer: Peggy Watson
Performer: Elsa Tee
Performer: Geoffrey Denton
Performer: Freddie Fowler
Singers: The Rhythm Brothers
Musicians: Eric Robinson's Orchestra
Music: Manning Sherwin
Lyrics: Harold Purcell
Sketches: Max Kester
Settings: Stephen Bundy
Produced for television by: Walton Anderson

: Badminton

A visit to the Seymour Hall, London, W.1 to see matches between international and county players.
This is the first time Badminton has been televised and viewers see the speed and energy required- for this game.
The players include: D. C. Hume, Mrs. H. S. Uber, G. J. Fish, Miss Q. M. Allen, N. B. Radford, Miss A. Blathwayt, H. J. Wingfield, Mrs. V. E. Duringer


Player: D. C. Hume
Player: Mrs. H. S. Uber
Player: G. J. Fish
Player: Miss Q. M. Allen
Player: N. B. Radford
Player: Miss A. Blathwayt
Player: H. J. Wingfield
Player: Mrs. V. E. Duringer
Commentator: K. G Livingstone

: Picture Page

A Topical Magazine.
Edited and introduced by Joan Gilbert.


Editor/presenter: Joan Gilbert
Interviewer: Leslie Mitchell
Producer: Stephen McCormack

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.15)

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