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THE ROLF HARRIS SHOW

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starring
ROLF HARRIS and MiKE BEVAN SUE AVORY
JAMES CAPEHORN ANN CHAPMAN HARVEY CLARK JOANNA CRAM RAY CORNELL DEE ELDRIDGE RAY DAVIES
PAT GOH JOHNNY GREENLAND
LESLEY JUDD DANNY GROVER LINDA LAURENCE DAVID HEPBURN
JUDY MONKS BOB HOWE JENNY MORGAN ROGER HOWLETT
MARGIE RUMNEY TERRY JONES CHERYL ST. CLAIRE TERRY ROBERTS MAGGIE VIELER MICHAEL TYE-WALKER PAULINE WALL ANDY WALLACE
RAE WALLACE GERRY WEDGE
MIRANDA WILLIS This week's guests,
KENNETH WILLIAMS
THE BITTER END SINGERS ALETA MORRISON
Orchestra directed by Harry Rabinowitz
A Song for Europe sung by Special guest star,
SANDIE SHAW
This week's song, TELL THE BOYS
Music by MITCH MURRAY
Lyrics by PETER CALLANDER
Orchestra directed by Kenny Woodman

Staging by Douglas Squires Special material by John Muir and Eric Geen
Design, Victor Meredith
Production, STEWART MORRIS

Contributors

Unknown: Rolf Harris
Unknown: Mike Bevan
Unknown: Sue Avory
Unknown: James Capehorn
Unknown: Ann Chapman
Unknown: Harvey Clark
Unknown: Joanna Cram
Unknown: Ray Cornell
Unknown: Dee Eldridge
Unknown: Ray Davies
Unknown: Pat Goh
Unknown: Johnny Greenland
Unknown: Lesley Judd
Unknown: Danny Grover
Unknown: Linda Laurence
Unknown: David Hepburn
Unknown: Judy Monks
Unknown: Bob Howe
Unknown: Jenny Morgan
Unknown: Roger Howlett
Unknown: Margie Rumney
Unknown: Terry Jones
Unknown: Cheryl St. Claire
Unknown: Terry Roberts
Unknown: Maggie Vieler
Unknown: Michael Tye-Walker
Unknown: Pauline Wall
Unknown: Andy Wallace
Unknown: Rae Wallace
Unknown: Gerry Wedge
Unknown: Miranda Willis
Unknown: Kenneth Williams
Directed By: Harry Rabinowitz
Unknown: Sandie Shaw
Music By: Mitch Murray
Unknown: Peter Callander
Directed By: Kenny Woodman
Unknown: John Muir
Design: Victor Meredith
Unknown: Stewart Morris

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