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The Ken Dodd Show

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Written by Eddie Braben and Ken Dodd.
Live from Blackpool
Ken Dodd introduces his special guests Cilla Black, Neville King, The Barron Knights, Graham Stark and the world-famous Bluebell Girls
Also featuring Roger Stevenson and his Diddy Men, The Shepherd Singers
The Augmented N.D.O.
Conducted by Bernard Herrmann

(Ken Dodd and The Bluebell Girls are appearing in "The Big Show of 1966" at the Opera House, Blackpool; Cilla Black at the ABC Theatre, Blackpool; Neville King in "The Black and White Minstrel Show" at the Victoria Palace, London; The Barron Knights in "Holiday Carnival" at the ABC Theatre, Great Yarmouth)

Contributors

Writer: Eddie Braben
Presenter/comedian/singer/writer: Ken Dodd
Singer: Cilla Black
Ventriloquist: Neville King
Comic band: The Barron Knights
Comedian: Graham Stark
Dancers: The Bluebell Girls
Puppeteer: Roger Stevenson
Singers: The Shepherd Singers
Musicians: The Augmented N.D.O.
Orchestra conducted by: Bernard Herrmann
Choreography (The Bluebell Girls): Miss Bluebell
Staged by: Roy Gunson
Designer: David Myerscough-Jones
Producer: Duncan Wood

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