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An Excerpt from ' Crazy Days '
Laddie Cliff presents
Stanley Lupino in 'CRAZY DAYS'
A Musical Comedy
Written and produced by Stanley Lupino
Additional dialogue by Arty Ash
Music by Billy Mayerl
Lyrics by Desmond Carter and Frank
The cast includes
Stanley Lupino
Marjorie Browne
Gloria Day
Fred Conyngham
Molly Fisher
Arthur Rigby Jnr.
Doris Rogers
Wyn Weaver
Gilly Flower
Arty Ash
Leo Franklyn
Billy Mayerl and his Orchestra from the Shaftesbury Theatre
Listeners will be taken over to the Shaftesbury Theatre to hear the opening of Crazy Days, the new show starring Stanley Lupino. The broadcast will fade in during the Overture, and among features that will be heard will be Stanley Lupino 's entrance and some good dialogue from him, and no fewer than three numbers : ' Nice People '—Jimmy (I.eo Franklyn, playing for Laddie Cliff), Jack (Fred Conyngham ), and chorus ; ' Swing Clean '—Dolly (Molly Fisher ) ; and ' Stranger in a Cup of Tea '-Jack and Lady Mary Drew (Marjorie Browne ). The broadcast will fade out on the applause to the last number.


Unknown: Stanley Lupino
Produced By: Stanley Lupino
Dialogue By: Arty Ash
Music By: Billy Mayerl
Unknown: Desmond Carter
Unknown: Stanley Lupino
Unknown: Marjorie Browne
Unknown: Gloria Day
Unknown: Fred Conyngham
Unknown: Molly Fisher
Unknown: Arthur Rigby Jnr.
Unknown: Doris Rogers
Unknown: Wyn Weaver
Unknown: Gilly Flower
Unknown: Arty Ash
Unknown: Leo Franklyn
Unknown: Billy Mayerl
Unknown: Stanley Lupino.
Unknown: Stanley Lupino
Unknown: Fred Conyngham
Unknown: Molly Fisher
Unknown: Lady Mary Drew
Unknown: Marjorie Browne

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