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BLACKPOOL NIGHT'

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A short entertainment tour conducted by 'Our Albert'
Lyrics specially written by Frank A. Terry
Reginald Dixon at the Organ of the Tower Ballroom
Charlie Kunz (pianist) from the Palace Theatre
Norman Newman and the Tower Band from the Tower Ballroom
' The Arcadian Follies'
Under the direction of Ernest Binns with Madge Collin (soprano)
Evie Carcroft (personality girl)
Max and Maisic Norris (comedy duo)
Lan Clifford (pianist and entertainer)
Robbie Vincent
(drummer and dancer)
Mollie Deane (comedienne)
Vera Vayne (accordion)
Don Gemmell (light comedian)
Brogden Millard (baritone)
Harry Korris (comedian) from the South Pier

Contributors

Written By: Frank A. Terry
Written By: Reginald Dixon
Pianist: Charlie Kunz
Unknown: Norman Newman
Unknown: Ernest Binns
Soprano: Madge Collin
Unknown: Maisic Norris
Unknown: Robbie Vincent
Unknown: Mollie Deane
Accordion: Vera Vayne
Accordion: Don Gemmell
Baritone: Brogden Millard
Baritone: Harry Korris

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