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SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS

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spoken by MICHAEL MOORE spoken by REG LLOYD spoken by JOHN MURPHY spoken by LORNA ROSSLYN spoken and sung by JOHN MURPHY spoken by MICHAEL MOORE spoken and sung by Iris VILLIERS spoken by REG LLOYD spoken by REG LLOYD spoken by JOHN MURPHY spoken by MICHAEL MOORE spoken by JOHN MURPHY spoken by REG LLOYD spoken by REG LLOYD spoken by MICHAEL MOORE spoken by MICHAEL MOORE
THE DEREK TAVERNER SINGERS and THE RASTELLIS (Chocolate and Co.)
Choreography by Ross Taylor
Costumes by Anthony Holland
Decor by Edward Delany
Orchestra under the direction of LESLIE KERRIGAN
Commentator, Alan Weeks

Contributors

Spoken By: Michael Moore
Spoken By: Reg Lloyd
Spoken By: John Murphy
Spoken By: Lorna Rosslyn
Sung By: John Murphy
Spoken By: Michael Moore
Sung By: Iris Villiers
Spoken By: Reg Lloyd
Spoken By: Reg Lloyd
Spoken By: John Murphy
Spoken By: Michael Moore
Spoken By: John Murphy
Spoken By: Reg Lloyd
Spoken By: Reg Lloyd
Spoken By: Michael Moore
Spoken By: Michael Moore
Singers: Derek Taverner
Choreography By: Ross Taylor
Costumes By: Anthony Holland
Commentator: Alan Weeks
Prime Minister: George Turner
Lord Chamberlain: Jock McConnell
Royal Troubadour: Gerry Willis
Queen: Jean Colquhoun
Prince: Michel Henry
Royal Jester: George Miller
Snow White: Carol Anne
Huntsman: Robert Masterman
Dopey: Kenny Baker
Bashful: Jackie Purvis
Doc: Tommy Reynolds
Sleepy: Malcolm Dixon
Sneezy: Brian Jones
Happy: David Barney
Grumpy: Graham Cottrell
Snow White Vision: Lola Farrell
Spirit of Faith: Carole Collins
Sorcerer: George Miller

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SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS

BBC One London, 2 January 1966 17.00






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