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Bruce and Ronnie

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In the Corbett and Forsyth Show. Still chuckling after their first appearance as a team - at the Royal Variety Performance - come Bruce and Ronnie with their Christmas spectacular featuring Fiona Fullerton as Scarlett O'Hara in something vaguely like Gone with the Wind. Also introducing Bruce and Ronnie as something vaguely like the front and back legs of Rhett Butler.

Written by
BARRY CRYER IAN DAVIDSON. SPIKE MULLINS.
LAURIE ROWLEY. PETER VINCENT. DICK VOSBURGH.

Script editors
BARRY CRYER. PETER VINCENT
Musical director DON HUNT Choreographer GEOFF RICHER
Sound MIKE MCCARTHY Lighting GRAHAM RIMMINGTON
Designer DONAL WOODS
Produced and directed by MARCUS MORTIMER
FEATURE: page 8

Contributors

Written By: Barry Cryer
Written By: Ian Davidson.
Written By: Spike Mullins.
Written By: Laurie Rowley.
Written By: Peter Vincent.
Script editor: Barry Cryer.
Script editor: Peter Vincent
Director: Don Hunt
Unknown: Geoff Richer
Unknown: Mike McCarthy
Directed By: Marcus Mortimer

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