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: Racing at Kempton Park

This afternoon viewers join the Boxing Day crowds at Kempton Park Racecourse to see three of the principal races.
Clive Graham identifies the runners and riders in the Paddock before each race.

Contributors

Commentator: Peter Dimmock
Assisted By: Peter O'Sullevan
Announcer: Clive Graham

: Here's Flash Casey

Eric Linden and Boots Mallory in a fast-moving adventure film.

Contributors

"Flash" Casey: Eric Linden
Kay Lanning: Boots Mallory

: For the whole family: Aladdin

A Christmas Pantomime by Peter Ling.
Second performance: next Tuesday

Contributors

Writer: Peter Ling
Music By: Steve Race
Music By: Jack Jordan
Puppetry: Sam Williams
Animations: Alfred Wurmser
Dances Arranged By: Peter Glover
Settings: Stephen Taylor
Orchestra Directed By: Jack Jordan
Production By: Michael Westmore
Production by: Gilchrist Calder
The Genie of the Lamp: Peter Glover
The Genie of the Ring: Pat Sinnott
Emperor of China: Bill Shine
Princess: Pamela Galloway
Lord High Chamberlain: Peter Hawkins
Lady-in-Waiting: Nesta Ross
Aladdin: David Jacobs
Widow Twankey: Peter Butterworth
Abanazar: Humphrey Lestocq
Wishee-Washee: David Nixon
Boy: Anthony Valentine
Fat Man: Edward Marklllie
Thin Man: Alex Drew
Policeman: Wilfred Johns

: Newsreel

: Something to Sing About

[Starring] James Cagney
A musical film with Evelyn Daw, William Frawley and Mona Barrie.

Contributors

Terry Rooney: James Cagney
Rita Wyatt: Evelyn Daw
Hank Meyers: William Frawley
Steffie Hajos: Mona Barrie

: The Season's Greetings

from Binnie Hale
Renee Houston and Donald Stewart
The Beverley Sisters
Harold Warrender
Goodliffe
Jan Berenska and his Orchestra
Televised from the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham

Contributors

Comedienne: Renee Houston
Comedian: Donald Stewart
Singers: The Beverley Sisters
Performer: Harold Warrender
Performer: Goodliffe
Musicians: Jan Berenska and his Orchestra
Produced By: Barrie Edgar

: Charlie Chester

Invites you to take 'Pot-Luck' in a programme of prizes and surprises.

Contributors

Presenter: Charlie Chester
Performer: Edna Fryer
Performer: Billy McCormack
Performer: Stanley Rose
Performer: Penny Bestford
Performer: Harry Seltzer
The Memory Man: Leslie Welch
Orchestra Directed By: Frank Chacksfield
Presentation: Walton Anderson








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