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Charlie Girl


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Starring Anna Neagle, Derek Nimmo and Patricia Burke, Roy Sone, Robert Colman
This famous British musical celebrates it's 2.000th performance next weekend at the Adelphi Theatre in London and to mark the occasion BBC outside broadcast cameras bring you the highlights of a record breaking show
Dancers: Marc Arnall, Wendy Bond, Tom Carty, Billie Colman, Jenny Devenish, Lisa Hardiman, Rodney James, Kim Leon, Gillian Pearl, Stephen Tate, John Walsh, Ralph Wood
Singers: Minoo Golvala, Emyr Green, John Griffen, Lewis Henry, Leonie Jessel, Wendy Jones, Joan Lock, Alison Macguire, Christopher Molloy, Frances Monks, Alan Thomas, Jane Walters
Televised by arrangement with Harold Fielding and the Directors of the Adelphi Theatre
(The flop that became a smash hit: p 5)


Musical Director: Danny Walters
Music and lyrics: David Heneker
Music and lyrics: John Taylor
Book: Hugh Williams
Book: Margaret Williams
Book ['with']: Ray Cooney
Story conceived by: Ross Taylor
Musical numbers and dances staged by: Alfred Rodrigues
Scenery: Tod Kingman
Costumes: Cynthia Tingey
Director: Wallace Douglas
Presented for TV by: John Vernon
Lady Hadwell: Anna Neagle
Nicholas Wainwright: Derek Nimmo
Mrs Connor: Patricia Burke
Joe: Roy Sone
Jack Connor: Robert Colman
Charlie: Veronica Page
John Sasaki: Roy Allen
Penelope: Olivia Hamnett
Fiona: Jean Mostyn
Pete: Richard Manuel
Fred: Alan Angel
Sam: Robin Bowering
Four suspicious characters: Ronald Rich
Four suspicious characters: Tony Oakman
Four suspicious characters: Fred Haggerty
Four suspicious characters: Glen Willcox
Dancer: Marc Arnall
Dancer: Wendy Bond
Dancer: Tom Carty
Dancer: Billie Colman
Dancer: Jenny Devenish
Dancer: Lisa Hardiman
Dancer: Rodney James
Dancer: Kim Leon
Dancer: Gillian Pearl
Dancer: Stephen Tate
Dancer: John Walsh
Dancer: Ralph Wood
Singer: Minoo Golvala
Singer: Emyr Green
Singer: John Griffen
Singer: Lewis Henry
Singer: Leonie Jessel
Singer: Wendy Jones
Singer: Joan Lock
Singer: Alison Macguire
Singer: Christopher Molloy
Singer: Frances Monks
Singer: Alan Thomas

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