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: For the Children

Susan, Sam, and Scratch
(Their adventures continued)
Told by Pamela May with animations by Rosalie Firth.

Two Dances - Little Polly Flinders and Jack and Jill

Epaminondas Helps Around the House
Another story of the little American Negro boy and his mammy.

Muffin's Theatre
Jennifer shows the designs that Muffin has chosen for Cinderella's coach and the ballroom.

Do You Know?
Barrie Edgar introduces another quiz in the series based on well-known scenes and events recorded by our newsreel cameras.

Ballet
'Nocturne' from Les Sylphides performed by the Young Arts Ballet Group.

Contributors

Narrator (Susan, Sam and Scratch): Pamela May
Animations (Susan, Sam and Scratch): Rosalie Firth
Arranger (Epaminondas Helps Around the House): Marjorie Clayton
Presenter (Do You Know?): Barrie Edgar
Presented (Ballet): Grace Cone
Producer: Peter Thompson
Epaminondas: Helps Around the House cast:
Epaminondas: Michael Casimir
His mother: Golda Casimir

: Weekend in Europe

More and more people are now spending weekends in Europe.
This BBC television film shows some of the scenes visitors can see in Paris, Rome, Vienna, Copenhagen, and Helsinki.

Contributors

Commentator: Leslie Mitchell
Commentator: McDonald Hobley
Commentator: Christopher Stagg
Cameraman: Charles de Jaeger

: Cecil Landau's Sauce Tartare

A Musical Revue (now playing at the Cambridge Theatre)
with Claude Hulbert, Jessie Matthews, Renee Houston, Muriel Smith, Mariana, Jack Melford, Joan Heat, Chris Grainger, Jan Muzurus, Sara Luzita, Miguelita and her
Afro-Cubanos, Peter Glover, Jean Bayless, Bernard Eastoe, Harold Holness,
Dudley Heslop, Enid Smeeden, Terence Theobald, Ray Browne, David Keller, Nina Tarakanova, Patricia Dare, Adele Stephens, Aud Johannsen, Roy Byfield-Riches,
Audrey Hepburn, Olii Sholanke, Al Smith, Ruben Francois.

Settings redesigned for television by Barry Learoyd from the originals of Honoria Plesch
Orchestra under the direction of Sidney Bowman

Contributors

Director: Cecil Landau
Performer: Claude Hulbert
Performer: Jessie Matthews
Performer: Renee Houston
Singer: Muriel Smith
Performer: Mariana
Performer: Jack Melford
Performer: Joan Heat
Performer: Chris Grainger
Performer: Jan Muzurus
Dancer: Sara Luzita
Musicians: Miguelita and her Afro-Cubanos
Performer: Peter Glover
Performer: Jean Bayless
Performer: Bernard Eastoe
Performer: Harold Holness
Singer: Dudley Heslop
Performer: Enid Smeeden
Performer: Terence Theobald
Performer: Ray Browne
Performer: David Keller
Dancer: Nina Tarakanova
Performer: Patricia Dare
Performer: Adele Stephens
Performer: Aud Johansen
Performer: Roy Byfield-Riches
Performer: Audrey Hepburn
Performer: Olii Sholanke
Performer: Al Smith
Performer: Ruben Francois
Music By: Berkeley Fase
Music by: Allan Gray
Lyrics: Geoffrey Parsons
Orchestrations: Phil Cardew
Decor and costumes: Honoria Plesch
Choreography: Buddy Bradley
Choreography: Andree Howard
Sketches: Matt Brooks
Sketches director: Audrey Cameron
Settings redesigned for television by: Barry Learoyd
Originals designs: Honoria Plesch
Orchestra under the direction of: Sidney Bowman
Presented for television by: Walton Anderson








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