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Bertram Mills Supershow

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A circus cocktail blending ingredients sparkling, exciting, glamorous, amusing, fast, sophisticated, dangerous, and hilarious.
Cocktail shaken by Don Saunders, Musical eccentric and master of mime.

The Istvanfys
Stars of the springboard from the Hungarian State Circus.

Dawn on the Volga
Arab stallions presented at liberty by Norman Barrett.

Slosh!
A hilarious attempt at house-decorating by Jacko, Little Billy, and Nikki.

Bob Bramson
Sophisticated genius of the spinning hoops.

The Frankordis
Whirlwind bareback riders-the very essence of circus.

Aerial Fantasy with Martina

A Touch of Tigers
presented by Czechoslovakian Bela Roucka.

The Peters
Hungarian space-age aerialists orbiting in the roof of the Big Top.

Bertram Mills Touring Show opens next week in Liverpool

Contributors

Presenter: Don Saunders
Performers: The Istvanfys
Performer: Norman Barrett
Clown: Jacko
Clown: Little Billy
Clown: Nikki
Hoop juggler: Bob Bramson
Aerialist: Martina
Acrobatics: The Frankordis
Performer: Bela Roucka
Aerialists: The Peters
Choreography for the Circus dancers by: Jack Billings
Circus director: Cyril Mills
Circus director: Bernard Mills
Musical director: Charles Hotham
Equestrian director: Norman Barrett
Director: Mary David
Producer: Derek Burrell-Davis

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Bertram Mills Supershow

BBC One London, 14 October 1964 19.55






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