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A composite programme of excerpts from three concert parties
' Ocean Revue of 1939 ' Presented by Mrs. E. Kingsman and produced by Frank Adey from the Ocean Theatre, Clacton Pier,
The company includes
Gus Chevalier ; May Goring Thomas ; Farleigh Price ; Devon and Wayne ; Lew Freeman ; Saxon Davis ; Izna Roselli ; Alec Hardy ; The Avant Brothers ; George Hurley ; Stanley Passenger ; Ocean Orchestra ; Ocean Quartette ; Toko and Barry ; Roselli Girls ; Laguna Girls ; Gloria Gaye and her Band
' The White Notes' Concert Party presented by Albert Grant from the New Theatre, Newquay
The company includes
Eileen Merrie ; Rex Rodgers ; Marie Dalba ; Joe Richie ; Harry Huston ; Ann Rogers ; Howard Clarke ; Al Stevens ; Mark Fisher , and Albert H. Grant
'The Arcadian Follies' presented by Ernest Binns from the South Pier, Blackpool
The company includes
Harry Korris ; Cathie Haigh ; Jack Barker ; Victoria Sladen ; Brogden Millard ; Phyllis Dawn ; Robby Vin cent ; Billy Harris ; David Morris ; Bert Scrase and Eileen Olwen ; Lan
The programme presented by Harry S. Pepper -


Produced By: Frank Adey
Unknown: Gus Chevalier
Unknown: Goring Thomas
Unknown: Lew Freeman
Unknown: Saxon Davis
Unknown: Izna Roselli
Unknown: Alec Hardy
Unknown: George Hurley
Unknown: Roselli Girls
Unknown: Gloria Gaye
Presented By: Albert Grant
Unknown: Rex Rodgers
Unknown: Marie Dalba
Unknown: Joe Richie
Unknown: Harry Huston
Unknown: Ann Rogers
Unknown: Howard Clarke
Unknown: Al Stevens
Unknown: Mark Fisher
Unknown: Albert H. Grant
Presented By: Ernest Binns
Unknown: Harry Korris
Unknown: Cathie Haigh
Unknown: Jack Barker
Unknown: Victoria Sladen
Unknown: Brogden Millard
Unknown: Phyllis Dawn
Unknown: Robby Vin
Unknown: Billy Harris
Unknown: David Morris
Unknown: Bert Scrase
Unknown: Eileen Olwen
Presented By: Harry S. Pepper

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Regional Programme London, 11 July 1939 21.00

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