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The Good Old Days

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Old-Time Music-Hall from the stage of the Famous City Varieties Theatre, Leeds.
By arrangement with Stanley and Michael Joseph

Presenting Alfred Marks (assisted by Ted Carson), Fred Emney (assisted by Roger Avon), Petals Munro, Derek Dene (assisted by Freddie Stevens), The Seven Ashtons
The Songs of Harry Champion, featured by John Rutland, Brian Blades, Roy Desmond, Norman Warwick, Josephine Gordon, Doreen Hermitage, Carolyn Pertwee.
By arrangement with the Players Theatre, London.
Chairman, Leonard Sachs

(Alfred Marks is appearing in "Spring and Port Wine" at the Apollo Theatre, London; Derek Dene and Freddie Stevens are in "Cinderella" at the Alhambra Theatre, Bradford)

Contributors

Chairman: Leonard Sachs
Comedian: Alfred Marks
Assisted by: Ted Carson
Comedian: Fred Emney
Assisted by: Roger Avon
Performer: Petals Munro
Comedian: Derek Dene
Assisted by: Freddie Stevens
Acrobatics: The Seven Ashtons
Singer/dancer (The Songs of Harry Champion): John Rutland
Singer/dancer/choreography (The Songs of Harry Champion): Brian Blades
Singer/dancer (The Songs of Harry Champion): Roy Desmond
Singer/dancer (The Songs of Harry Champion): Norman Warwick
Singer/dancer (The Songs of Harry Champion): Josephine Gordon
Singer/dancer (The Songs of Harry Champion): Doreen Hermitage
Singer/dancer (The Songs of Harry Champion): Carolyn Pertwee
Musical director: Bernard Herrmann
Producer: Barney Colehan

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