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: Puppet Parade

: A Thousand Million A Year

This film describes the important work of Customs and Excise Officers, and shows the many and varied forms of investigation carried out at ports and air fields throughout the British Isles.

: Puppet Parade

This week showmen and their puppets from all parts of the country and abroad are congregating in London for the annual exhibition of The British Puppet and Model Theatre Guild.
This afternoon and evening they join forces in the television studio to present an all-star Puppet Parade, culminating in a specially arranged under-water ballet
The programme also includes its own 'Puppet Picture Page' introduced once again by Dolly Wood, with Harry Shakers to conduct the interview.

Contributors

Host (Puppet Picture Page): Dolly Wood
Interviewer (Puppet Picture Page): Harry Shakers
Presenter: Jan Bussell

: Picture Page

A Topical Magazine.

Contributors

Edited and introduced by: Joan Gilbert
Interviewer: Leslie Mitchell
Producer: S. E. Reynolds

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