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'A Charity Affair'

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Written by HERMAN DAREWSKI and C. DENIS FREEMAN
Produced by C. DENIS FREEMAN
The exploits of two burglars. Bill and Alf—how they were entertained by the Duchess of Dillington at the Diamond Ball—and why they were lucky enough to see the 'Wonder Bits' Cabaret
Those you will meet, at the Ball are :
PHILIP WADE , ERIC ANDERSON , REGINALD BECKWITH , ERNEST SEFTON , FREDERICK W. LLOYD , IAN HARDING , CLlFTON GIBBS , HERMIONE GINGOLD , AGNES LAUCHLAN . JOAN HARE ,
JEANNE MANNERS . and LADY TRFE 0 B.E
SPECIAL ORCHESTRA conducted by HERMAN DAREWSKI
During the Ball
' Wonder Bits ' from ' Wonder Bar ' with WILLIAM CAVANAGH , JOAN GARDINER , JOY
SPRING and BETTY FRANKIS3

Contributors

Written By: Herman Darewski
Written By: C. Denis Freeman
Produced By: C. Denis Freeman
Unknown: Philip Wade
Unknown: Eric Anderson
Unknown: Reginald Beckwith
Unknown: Ernest Sefton
Unknown: Frederick W. Lloyd
Unknown: Lan Harding
Unknown: Cllfton Gibbs
Unknown: Hermione Gingold
Unknown: Agnes Lauchlan
Unknown: Joan Hare
Unknown: Jeanne Manners
Unknown: Lady Trfe
Conducted By: Herman Darewski
Unknown: William Cavanagh
Unknown: Joan Gardiner
Unknown: Betty Frankis3

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