Practical help for the housewife.
Presented by Joan Gilbert.
Children's Parties - 1
Marguerite Patten shows how to prepare party dishes.
Joane Edmunds, with the help of Adele, demonstrates exercises to make the figure more supple.
Joan Robins shows attractive ways of laying the table.
Jose Pou shows how to vary your hairstyle for special occasions.
Cook (Children's Parties 1):
Item presenter (Beauty Hint):
Item presenter (Children's Parties 2):
Item presenter (Hair Styles):
Edited and produced by:
The story of a family through three generations by Arnold Bennett and Edward Knoblock.
Television adaptation by John Fitzgerald.
[Starring] Michael Denison and Dulcie Gray
The story takes place in Kensington in the years 1860, 1885, and 1912.
The Hon Muriel Pym:
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