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DANCE DATE

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The Star United Kingdom Ballroom Dancing Championships with the music of Joe Loss and his Orchestra
Introduced by Peter West
The Amateur Modern and Amateur Latin-American finals come live tonight from the Lyceum Ballroom. Qualifying heats have been i held all over the country and out of hundreds of entries, six couples have been chosen to dance in i each section. The Japanese professional team will be appearing next month at the Royal Albert Hall , London, in the Professional World Championship.
The Grand Finals of the AMATEUR MODERN CHAMPIONSHIPS
The Grand Finals of the AMATEUR LATIN-AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS
A guest appearance of the JAPANESE PROFESSIONAL NATIONAL TEAM
Cabaret:
JULIE ROGERS
Judith Chalmers commentates
Bill Irvine explains the judging
Arranged by Eric Morley
Organised by Mecca Dancing in association with Ovaltine
Television production direct from the Lyceum, London, by Philip S. Gilbert

Contributors

Unknown: Joe Loss
Introduced By: Peter West
Unknown: Albert Hall
Unknown: Julie Rogers
Unknown: Judith Chalmers
Unknown: Bill Irvine
Arranged By: Eric Morley
Unknown: Philip S. Gilbert

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