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Jack and the Beanstalk on Ice

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A brand new ice spectacular with 75 international skaters Directed and produced by GERALD PALMER starring
Reg Park
Linda Davis
Frances Waghorn with skating specialities by Bernard Ford and Diane Towler Ted Deeley
Jeff and Franzisca and'featuring the clowning of Charlie Cairoli and Co
Commentator ALAN WEEKS
Choreography by REG PARK Decor and costumes by ANTHONY HOLLAND
Original music by MALCOLM LOCKYER
Dialogue direction by RAYMOND JAMES
Book and lyrics by STANLEY LLOYD
Orchestra under the direction of LESLIE KERRIGAN
Television presentation direct from the Empire Pool, Wembley, by JOHN VERNON
(Televised bv arrangement with Tom Arnold Presentations Ltd)

Contributors

Produced By: Gerald Palmer
Unknown: Reg Park
Unknown: Linda Davis
Unknown: Frances Waghorn
Unknown: Bernard Ford
Unknown: Diane Towler
Unknown: Ted Deeley
Unknown: Charlie Cairoli
Choreography By: Reg Park
Costumes By: Anthony Holland
Music By: Malcolm Lockyer
Unknown: Raymond James
Unknown: John Vernon
Arrangement With: Tom Arnold

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Jack and the Beanstalk on Ice

BBC One London, 3 January 1971 17.05






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