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Dance and Revel (Continued)


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The Station Trio, John Henry, Ernest George's Society Orchestra.
by Artists from the Theatre Royal, Bristol, in Excerpts from the Pantomime, "Sinbad the Sailor".
(By kind permission of Mr. Douglas Miller)
Duet. Hermon Wills and Constance Studholme, "I Heard A Voice".
Winifred Ward (Sinbad) and the Empire Girls, "Alabamy Bound".
Fred Spencer (Mrs. Sinbad), "Do Kippers Swim Folded or Flat?"
George Lacey (Tinbad the Tailor), "Nautical Nonsense''.
Grace Hartington, "Roses of To-Day".
Winifred Ward and the Empire Girls, "Seminola".


Musicians: The Station Trio
Entertainer: John Henry
Musicians: Ernest George's Society Orchestra
Singer: Hermon Wills
Singer: Constance Studholme
Singer: Winifred Ward
Singers: The Empire Girls
Singer: Fred Spencer
Singer: George Lacey
Grace: null Hartington
Unknown: Winifred Ward

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Dance and Revel (Continued)

5WA Cardiff, 12 February 1926 22.30

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