'Where the hills are twice as steep'
A film about how men are changing a river and a mountain to help the farmers of Australia.
The film was presented to H.R H. the Duke of Edinburgh when he visited the Snowy Mountain project last year.
Billy Cotton calls 'Wakey, Wakey' in The Billy Cotton Band Show.
with Alan Breeze and Kathie Kay.
Also involved: David Langdon, The High-Lights, The Leslie Roberts Silhouettes and a guest from the world of entertainment.
The Billy Cotton Band Singer: Alan
The Leslie Roberts
Choreographer and associate producer:
[Starring] Joan Davis in the film series...
Joan's father asks for a loan to invest in a South American uranium mine. She falls for the same story and not only loses the money but finds herself President of the crooked share-pushing company.
A new musical for television written and composed by George Hall.
[Starring] John Hewer and Priscilla Morgan
Mr P. Glass:
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