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Variety Club of Great Britain Awards for 1962

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Show Business Personality Billy Cotton
Best Film Actor Peter O'Toole
Best Film Actress Leslie Caron
Best Stage Actor Paul Scofield
Best Stage Actress Sheila Hancock
Most Promising Newcomers Sarah Miles, Tom Courtenay
BBC Television Personality Harry Worth
Independent Television Personality Violet Carson
Radio Personality Eamonn Andrews

Introduced by Alex Macintosh.
Awards presented by M. J. Frankovich.
Edited film of Tuesday's Luncheon at the Savoy Hotel, London.

Contributors

Award winner (Show Business Personality): Billy Cotton
Award winner (Best Film Actor): Peter O'Toole
Award winner (Best Film Actress): Leslie Caron
Award winner (Best Stage Actor): Paul Scofield
Award winner (Best Stage Actress): Sheila Hancock
Award winner (Most Promising Newcomer): Sarah Miles
Award winner (Most Promising Newcomer): Tom Courtenay
Award winner (BBC Television Personality): Harry Worth
Award winner (Independent Television Personality): Violet Carson
Award winner (Radio Personality): Eamonn Andrews
Presenter: Alex MacIntosh
Awards presenter: M.J. Frankovich
Chief Barker: Rex North
Presented for TV by: Alan Sleath

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Variety Club of Great Britain Awards for 1962

BBC Television, 13 March 1963 22.45

Blog post that mentions this programme:

The Sunday Post: Billy Cotton - Old School Showman 14 August 2016





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