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Cabaret Cruise


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Commander: A. B. Campbell
In the Passenger List are:
The Geddes Brothers, Mr. Walsh, Mr. Barker, Miss Pamela Randall, Miss Margaret Fry, Mr. Neil Pascall, The Ship's Band

This entertainment will present the lighter side of life on board ship. Commander Campbell, a favourite with both radio listeners and viewers for his sea stories, is in charge of things, and altogether it seems he will have an exceptionally busy time. As well as discharging his official duties, he will give prizes for deck games and compare the ship's concert, and generally attend all the social functions that are considered important at sea. Possibly he will also find an opportunity to tell an anecdote or two. Luckily, several of the passengers happen to be well-known artists who will give a professional touch to the concert.


Commander: A. B. Campbell
Performers: The Geddes Brothers
Performer: Mr. Walsh
Performer: Mr. Barker
Performer: Miss Pamela Randall
Performer: Miss Margaret Fry
Performer: Mr. Neil Pascall
Presented by: Harry Pringle

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