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The Gang Show

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Excerpts from the 1968 production with a cast of 120 members of the Scout and Guide Movement presented by The Scout Association

Recorded before an invited audience at The Odeon, Golders Green
The Gang Show has always had an all-male cast-till this year when the Scout Association invited members of the Girl Guides Association and Girl Cub Scout leaders to take part. The girls have made a terrific impact. Their standard was so high that already one of the leading singers has been offered a professional contract as principal girl in a London pantomime.

Contributors

Performers: The Gang Show
Music, book, and lyrics/producer: Ralph Reader
Designer: Robert Corp Reader
Costumes: Peter Dunlop
Musical director and arranger: Burt Rhodes
Television presentation: Michael Hurll

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