Every summer the Boston Symphony Orchestra under its conductor, Serge Koussevitzky, holds a Music School and Festival at Tanglewood in Massachusetts, U.S.A. This film shows scenes from one of these Festivals.
The Commedia Puppets directed by Peter Hayes in...
A series of programmes based on the stories by A. A. Milne and decorations by Ernest H. Shepard.
Puppets directed by:
with Pearl Hackney, Patricia Gilbert, Cameron Hall, Nicholas Parsons, The Malcolm Mitchell Trio, Ronnie Boyer and Jeanne Ravel.
Orchestra directed by:
A visit to the London County Council's College for the Distributive Trades where, in order to provide better service to the public, sales assistants are learning how to display and sell goods and how to advise customers about their purchases
The cameras watch Joan Harben, as a customer, setting the students some awkward problems.
Presented for television by:
New inventions submitted since the last meeting are assessed by the Club's technical adviser, Geoffrey Boumphrey, assisted by Joan Gilbert.
The inventors will be introduced by the organiser Leslie Hardern, to whom all specifications should be sent c/o Inventors' Club, [address removed]
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