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The second very grave Northern excursion, visiting a few of the old haunts and some new ones
The Suburbs (by train-very romantic) The Civic Store (lift still going up) The Dentist (a tense melodrama) The Odd Office (brighter business hours)
The Knocker-up (always a favourite) The University (the professor still lecturing)
The Old Home (an even tenser melodrama)
The Palais de Danse (very daring)
The World Tour (a desperate attempt to get away from it all)
The excursion conducted and generally made more difficult, by GILES PLAYFAIR
The cast includes
Eric Anderson , Hayland Harty , Richard North , Clifford Bean , Mary Aldcroft , Elaine Goodwin , Paula Blake ,
Doris Wyatt , and Henry Reed and a section of the B B C Northern
Conducted by T. H. Morrison
The book by CHARLES NOEL
Orchestration and additional numbers by HENRY REED
Produced by FELIX FELTON


Unknown: Giles Playfair
Unknown: Eric Anderson
Unknown: Hayland Harty
Unknown: Richard North
Unknown: Clifford Bean
Unknown: Mary Aldcroft
Unknown: Elaine Goodwin
Unknown: Paula Blake
Unknown: Doris Wyatt
Unknown: Henry Reed
Conducted By: T. H. Morrison
Book By: Charles Noel
Unknown: Henry Reed
Produced By: Felix Felton

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