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Who is Secombe?

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What Is He?
Dora Bryan, Roy Castle, Jimmy Edwards and Fenella Fielding conduct you on a tour around Harry Secombe.
With the help of Eric Robinson, Anton Rodgers and Amanda Barrie
(Harry Secombe and Anton Rodgers are in 'Pickwick' at the Saville Theatre, London; Dora Bryan and Amanda Barrie in 'Six of One' at the Adelphi Theatre, London; Jimmy Edwards is in 'Merry King Cole' at the New Theatre, Oxford)
See page 43

Contributors

Material contributor (writer)/Devised and edited by: Jimmy Grafton
Material contributor (writer): Jeremy Lloyd
Material contributor (writer): R.M. Hills
Material contributor (writer): S.G. Green
Material contributor (writer): David Climie
Material contributor (writer): Johnny Whyte
Musical numbers staged by: Leo Kharibian
Orchestrations/Musical associate: Dennis Wilson
Orchestrations: Wally Stott
The Orchestra conducted by: Harry Rabinowitz
Designer: Ridley Scott
Designer: Roger Williams
Producer: James Gilbert
Performer: Harry Secombe
Performer: Dora Bryan
Performer: Roy Castle
Performer: Jimmy Edwards
Performer: Fenella Fielding
Performer: Eric Robinson
Performer: Anton Rodgers
Performer: Amanda Barrie

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