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Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs


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Scenes from Tom Arnold's ice spectacular based on Walt Disney's fairy-tale film.
Adaptation by Stanley Lloyd and Gerald Palmer.
An Outside Broadcast from the Empire Pool, Wembley
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Choreography: Ross Taylor
Costumes: Anthony Holland
Decor: Edward Delany
Orchestra under the direction of: Leslie Kerrigan
Commentator: Alan Weeks
Adaptation by: Stanley Lloyd
Adaptation by/Produced and directed by: Gerald Palmer
Presented for TV by: John Vernon
Prime Minister: George Turner
Spoken by: Michael Moore
Lord Chamberlain: Jock McConnell
Spoken by: Reg Lloyd
Royal Troubadour: Gerry Willis
Spoken by: John Murphy
Queen: Jean Colquhoun
Spoken by: Lorna Rosslyn
Prince: Michel Henry
Spoken and sung by: John Murphy
Royal Jester: George Miller
Spoken by: Michael Moore
Snow White: Carol Anne
Spoken and sung by: Iris Villiers
Huntsman: Robert Masterman
Spoken by: Reg Lloyd
Dopey: Kenny Baker
Spoken by: Reg Lloyd
Bashful: Jackie Purvis
Spoken by: John Murphy
Doc: Tommy Reynolds
Spoken by: Michael Moore
Sleepy: Malcolm Dixon
Spoken by: John Murphy
Sneezy: Brian Jones
Spoken by: Reg Lloyd
Happy: David Barney
Spoken by: Reg Lloyd
Grumpy: Graham Cottrell
Spoken by: Michael Moore
Snow White Vision: Lola Farrell
Spirit of Faith: Carole Collins
Sorcerer: George Miller
Spoken by: Michael Moore
Singers: The Derek Taverner Singers
Clowns: The Rastellis (Chocolate and Co.)

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Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

BBC One London, 2 January 1966 17.00

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