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The Rolf Harris Show


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Starring Rolf Harris
and Mike Bevan, Sue Avory, Ray Cornell, Ann Chapman, Danny Grover, Joanna Chan, David Hepburn, Dee Eldridge, Roger Howlett, Pat Goh, Rhys Nelsen, Lesley Judd, Terry Roberts, Linda Lawrence, Michael Tye-Walker, Judy Monks, Andy Wallace, Jenny Morgan, Barry Young, Margie Rumney, Ricky Stratful, Cheryl St. Claire, Gerry Wedge, Maggie Vieler, Brian Perry, Pauline Wall, Alan Richards, Rae Wallace, Simon Redcote, Miranda Willis
This week's guests, Petula Clark, Manitas de Plata, Los Machucambos

A Song for Europe
sung by Special guest star, Sandie Shaw.
This week's song, "I'll Cry Myself to Sleep"


Entertainer: Rolf Harris
Dancer: Mike Bevan
Dancer: Sue Avory
Dancer: Ray Cornell
Dancer: Ann Chapman
Dancer: Danny Grover
Dancer: Joanna Chan
Dancer: David Hepburn
Dancer: Dee Eldridge
Dancer: Roger Howlett
Dancer: Pat Goh
Dancer: Rhys Nelsen
Dancer: Lesley Judd
Dancer: Terry Roberts
Dancer: Linda Lawrence
Dancer: Michael Tye-Walker
Dancer: Judy Monks
Dancer: Andy Wallace
Dancer: Jenny Morgan
Dancer: Barry Young
Dancer: Margie Rumney
Dancer: Ricky Stratful
Dancer: Cheryl St. Claire
Dancer: Gerry Wedge
Dancer: Maggie Vieler
Dancer: Brian Perry
Dancer: Pauline Wall
Dancer: Alan Richards
Dancer: Rae Wallace
Dancer: Simon Redcote
Dancer: Miranda Willis
Singer: Petula Clark
Guitarist: Manitas de Plata
Band: Los Machucambos
Orchestra directed by: Harry Rabinowitz
Singer (A Song for Europe): Sandie Shaw
Music and lyrics (A Song for Europe): Roger Webb
Orchestra directed by (A Song for Europe): Kenny Woodman
Staging by: Douglas Squires
Special material: John Muir
Special material: Eric Geen
Design: John Burrowes
Production: Stewart Morris

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