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A FAREWELL FLIGHT OVER BLACKPOOL

Synopsis

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The Magic Carpet appears once again and flies over Blackpool, bidding farewell for the summer of 1937 to familiar scenes and places
Devised by Victor Smythe
Book by Frank A. Terry with D. W. King as Hassan, Harold Cluff as Mr. Citizen, and Sheila Pallister as Mrs. Citizen
Scene 1: The Shop of Hassan.
Scene 2: The Roof of Hassan's
Shop
Scene 3 : Over Blackpool introducing
Reginald Dixon at the Organ of the Tower Ballroom
Excerpts from
' League of Laughter' presented by Reg. Bolton from Feldman's Theatre
' The Arcadian Follies ' under the direction of Ernest Binns from the South Pier
Norman Newman and his Band from the Tower Ballroom
A Variety Act from the Palace Theatre and The Pleasure Beach
(Northern Programme)

Contributors

Unknown: Victor Smythe
Book By: Frank A. Terry
Unknown: Harold Cluff
Unknown: Sheila Pallister
Unknown: Reginald Dixon
Unknown: Ernest Binns
Unknown: Norman Newman

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A FAREWELL FLIGHT OVER BLACKPOOL

Regional Programme London, 8 October 1937 21.00






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