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Come Dancing

Synopsis

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with Peter West and Judith Chalmers on the occasion of the presentation of the Carl-Alan Awards 1962-1963.
organised by Mecca Dancing
Among the winners are: Frank Ifield, Joe Loss, Kenny Ball, Acker Bilk, Jimmy Shand
Ted Heath, Bill Irvine and Bobbie Irvine, Ken Park and Mavis Whiteside, Ada Unsworth, Wim Bonnel

Also taking part:
Joe Loss and his Orchestra, Cyril Stapleton and his Orchestra, Lionel Blair and his Dancers, Laird and Lorraine, The Chris Russell Modern Formation Team, The Ada Unsworth Old Time Formation Team
Finals of the London Twist Contest
Fanfare
Trumpeters of the Band of the Royal Horse Guards by permission of Col. The Hon. Julian Berry, O.B.E.

Contributors

Presenter: Peter West
Presenter: Judith Chalmers
Award winner: Frank Ifield
Award winner: Joe Loss
Award winner: Kenny Ball
Award winner: Acker Bilk
Award winner: Jimmy Shand
Award winner: Ted Heath
Award winner: Bill Irvine
Award winner: Bobbie Irvine
Award winner: Ken Park
Award winner: Mavis Whiteside
Award winner: Ada Unsworth
Award winner: Wim Bonnel
Musicians: Joe Loss and his Orchestra
Musicians: Cyril Stapleton and his Orchestra
Dancers: Lionel Blair and his Dancers
Dancers: Laird and Lorraine
Formation dancers: The Chris Russell Modern Formation Team
Formation dancers: The Ada Unsworth Old Time Formation Team
Trumpeters: Trumpeters of the Band of the Royal Horse Guards
Programme arranged by: Eric Morley
Presented for television by: Philip Lewis






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