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: Children's Television

Muffin the Mule
with Annette Mills (who writes the songs) and Ann Hogarth (who pulls the strings).

Children's Newsreel

Shadow Pictures: Puss in Boots
The fourth of a series of shadow play films specially produced for Children's Television.

Quick on the Draw
A new parlour game arranged for television and introduced by Dorothea Brooking.

Contributors

Presenter/songwriter (Muffin the Mule): Annette Mills
Puppeteer (Muffin the Mule): Ann Hogarth
Designed and animated by (Shadow Pictures): Lotte Reiniger
Arranger/presenter (Quick on the Draw): Dorothea Brooking

: What's My Line?

with Arlene Francis
Elizabeth Allan
Jerry Desmonde
Gilbert Harding trying to find the answers and Eamonn Andrews to see fair play.

Contributors

Panelist: Arlene Francis
Panelist: Elizabeth Allan
Panelist: Jerry Desmonde
Panelist: Gilbert Harding
Chairman: Eamonn Andrews
Presented By: T. Leslie Jackson

: All on a Summer's Day

A comedy for television by R. F. Delderfield.
The action takes place in London on June 1 and 2, 1953.

Contributors

Writer: R. F. Delderfield
Producer: Campbell Logan
Settings: John Clements
Settings: Lawrence Broadhouse
Syd Bellchamber: Henry Oscar
Nell, his wife: Alison Leggatt
Ernie, his son: Thomas Heathcote
Iris, his daughter: Elaine Dundy
Cyrus, her husband: Peter Dyneley
Aunt Emma: Gladys Henson
Arty, her son: Charles Hawtrey
Uncle Ewart: Eliot Makeham
Greta Raikes, the girl next door: Muriel Pavlow
George, the dustman: George Woodbridge
Fred, Greta's lodger: Philip Godfrey
Taxi driver: Fred Griffiths
Booking clerk: Philip Godfrey
P. C. Hoskins: Peter Croft
Police-Sergeant Scotcher: George Street
Scotsman: Alex McCrindle
Lancashire woman: Margot Bryant
Truda, her daughter: Alanna Boyce
Sailor: Victor Maddern
Floss, his girl: Barbara Wood
Cockney woman: Vi Stevens
Her husband: Leonard Sharp
Wideboy: Patrick Westwood
Indian student: Jaran Yaltan
Ambulance man: Patrick Jordan
V. A. D. nurse: Nickola Sterne
Elderly passer-by: Alban Blakelock
Other parts played by: Madge Brindley
Other parts played by: John Pitt
Other parts played by: Julian Sherrier
Other parts played by: Charles Hersee
Other parts played by: Ann Cherry
Other parts played by: Peggy Forbes Robertson
Other parts played by: Martin Lyder
Other parts played by: Philip Howard
Other parts played by: Humfrey Faulconer
Other parts played by: Frederick Ross
Other parts played by: Brenda Carter
Other parts played by: Dido Plumb
Other parts played by: Stanley Vine
Other parts played by: Norah Crawford
Other parts played by: Nora Creina
Other parts played by: John Akar
Other parts played by: Jocelyn Rhodes
Other parts played by: Marianne Watts
Other parts played by: Sally Day
Other parts played by: Brian Vincent
Other parts played by: Peter Gilmore
Other parts played by: Pauline Loring
Other parts played by: Freny Lala
Other parts played by: Hugh Munro
Other parts played by: Winifred Hill
Other parts played by: Sylvia Sutch
Other parts played by: Eddy Sutch
Other parts played by: Frederick Noon
Other parts played by: Hilda Terriss
Other parts played by: John Burch
Other parts played by: Dominic Le Foe

: Chopin

Waltz in E minor
Mazurka in B minor
Study in F, Op. 10 No. 8 Study in E, Op. 10 No. 3 played by Richard Farrell (piano).

Contributors

Pianist: Richard Farrell








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