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: Reginald Dixon

At The Organ of the Tower Ballroom, Blackpool

: REGINALD Dixos

At the Organ of the Tower Ballroom, Blackpool

: THE YORKSHIRE MUMMERS

(From Leeds)
Dorothy Lee , Millie Hodgson , George Farndale , Phyllis Bryant ,
Albert Murgatroyd , Billy Hobson , John Woods-Smith
At the Pianos : Dorothy Spooncr and Norman Sykes
Arranged and produced by JOHN WOODS-SMITH

Contributors

Unknown: Dorothy Lee
Unknown: Millie Hodgson
Unknown: George Farndale
Unknown: Phyllis Bryant
Unknown: Albert Murgatroyd
Unknown: Billy Hobson
Unknown: John Woods-Smith
Pianos: Dorothy Spooncr
Pianos: Norman Sykes
Produced By: John Woods-Smith

: 'SAR' ALICE '

Play In Four Acts by JAMES R. GREGSON
Produced by JAMES R. GREGSON and VICTOR SMYTH

Contributors

Unknown: James R. Gregson
Produced By: James R. Gregson
Produced By: Victor Smyth

: The NORHERN STUDIO ORCHESTRA

Directed by JOHN BRIDGE

Contributors

Directed By: John Bridge








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