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Children's Television: Excerpts from Cinderella on Ice


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From the Westover Ice Rink, Bournemouth.
The Westover Ice Corps de Ballet
Ice Rink Orchestra directed by Percy Pearce
A special performance before an invited audience.
(to 18.00)


Book, production, and choreography: John Moss
Jugglers: The Bokdams
Dancers: The Westover Ice Corps de Ballet
Musicians: Ice Rink Orchestra
[Orchestra] directed by: Percy Pearce
Decor and costumes: 'Erik'
Commentator: Cliff Michelmore
Presented for television by: Nicholas Crocker
Buttons: John Moss
Cinderella: Jane Conlon
Prince Charming: Eve Lovett
Baron Bankrupt: Felix Bowness
Dandini: Toni Congdon
Ugly Sisters: Jackie Vincent
Ugly Sisters: Pauline Rees
Fairy Godmother: Delicia Dudek
Brokers Men: Harris And Green
Voices of the principal singing artists: Ian Parsons
Voices of the principal singing artists: Malcolm MacDonald
Voices of the principal singing artists: Dorothy Darvill
Voices of the principal singing artists: Nina Camlett

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