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Tales from the Tower

Synopsis

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A four-part comedy-drama written and performed by David Holt. From his eyrie on top of the Blackpool Tower where he is caretaker, Bob Braithwaite sees everything through high-power binoculars.
2: The Last Waltz. During an afternoon's ballroom dancing at the Anaglypta hotel, the tea machine malfunctions are causing everythingto taste of lemon parazone. Old women afraid of poisoning distract the hotel proprietor as he dons a WAAF uniform for his Alice Faye spectacular later on. Producer Dawn Ellis

Contributors

Unknown: David Holt.
Unknown: Bob Braithwaite
Unknown: Alice Faye
Producer: Dawn Ellis






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