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Arthur Askey, Julie Wilson Brian Reece, and Sally Ann Howes in part of Act 1 of 4 BET YOUR LIFE'


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A new musical comedy presented by Jack Hylton
Cast includes:
Book and lyrics by Alan Melville Music by Kenneth Leslie-Smith and Charles Zwar
The play produced by Richard Bird
Production staged by Alec Shanks
Orchestra directed by Bretton Byrd
Introduced by Brian Johnston From the London Hippodrome


Presented By: Jack Hylton
Unknown: Alan Melville
Music By: Kenneth Leslie-Smith
Music By: Charles Zwar
Produced By: Richard Bird
Unknown: Alec Shanks
Directed By: Bretton Byrd
Introduced By: Brian Johnston
Arthur Golightly: Arthur Askey
Kay: Julie Wilson
Bill Hartley: Brian Reece
Jane Sally: Ann Howes
Mrs Cocklebury: Aletha Orr
Photographer: Bill Stewart
J Wellington Cocklebury: Arthur Gomez
Domenico: John Moore

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Arthur Askey, Julie Wilson Brian Reece, and Sally Ann Howes in part of Act 1 of 4 BET YOUR LIFE'

Light Programme, 6 May 1952 19.30

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