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Crackerjack

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Introduced by Stu Francis with special guest star Keith Harris also featuring Shakatak The Rockolas with Mike Read Los Martinos
Leigh Miles and Julie Dorne Brown
STU FRANCIS introduces a star-packed special Christmas edition of Crackerjack. There are also three exciting heats of the quiz game Take a Letter when the finalists are assisted by Larry Grayson and Su Polard.
So - 'Get your voices ready, come on, let's hear you shout, it's Christmas Crackerjack!'
Script by GEORGE MARTIN, MIKE RADFORD Musical director NIGEL HESS Sound MIKE GILES
Lighting BRIAN CLEMETT
Designer GRAEME THOMSON Director JOHN BISHOP Producer PAUL CIANI

Contributors

Introduced By: Stu Francis
Unknown: Keith Harris
Unknown: Julie Dome Brown
Introduces: Stu Francis
Assisted By: Larry Grayson
Assisted By: Su Polard.
Script By: George Martin.
Script By: Mike Radford
Director: Nigel Hess
Unknown: Mike Giles
Unknown: Brian Clemett
Designer: Graeme Thomson
Director: John Bishop
Producer: Paul Ciani

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