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Tonight from
BBC Northern Ireland
The Way He Tells 'em
A Film Profile of a Stand-up Comic Seven years ago, after spending most of his career working one-night stands around his native province, Frank Carson left Belfast and went to England to take his chance in the fiercely competitive world of show-business. Unlike other Irish comedians who went before him he soon became a very successful figure. He now lives with his family in Blackpool and when he's not at home, he's likely to be in London or any British town making people laugh, not so much at his gags, but at 'the way he tells 'em
Film cameraman REX MAIDMENT Film recordist FRANK GRAY Film editor DON O'DONOVAN Producer G. P. MCCRUDEN
A Gallery production from N Ireland Series co-ordinator FRANK GILLARD

Contributors

Unknown: Frank Carson
Unknown: Rex Maidment
Unknown: Frank Gray
Editor: Don O'Donovan
Producer: G. P. McCruden
Unknown: Frank Gillard

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