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Tonight Harry invites some of his friends from the film production of Oliver I
Special guest, MYRNA ROSE and the boys from the Barbara Speake Stage School and the Corona Stage School Frank and Peggy Spencer 's
Royston Ballroom Formation Team Script by JIMMY GRAFTON ,
JEREMY LLOYD , GORDON CLYDE ' Open a New Window ' staged by Gillian Lynne
Musical arrangements by Peter Knight. David Palmer
Orchestra directed by PETER KNIGHT Design, Norman Vertigan
Programme arranged in association With Floreat Productions
Devised by Jimmy Grafton
Produced by TERRY HUGHES


Unknown: Wallis Peggy
Unknown: Lionel Bart
Unknown: Peggy Spencer
Script By: Jimmy Grafton
Script By: Jeremy Lloyd
Unknown: Gordon Clyde
Unknown: Gillian Lynne
Arrangements By: Peter Knight.
Arrangements By: David Palmer
Directed By: Peter Knight
Design: Norman Vertigan
Unknown: Jimmy Grafton
Produced By: Terry Hughes

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