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Oh in Colour

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We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
starring
Spike Milligan and featuring John Bluthal with EDWARD UNDERDOWN
RAY ELLINGTON
VALENTINE DYALL
BILL PERTWEE
ALAN CLARE
VILMA HOLLINGBERY , DOUGLAS DITTA
CHARLIE ATOM , JULIA BRECK
SALUBRIOUS LANE , TEDDY ATOM Special guests: Arthur Negus Max Robertson Eleanor Bron
Written by SPIKE MILLIGAN and JOHN ANTROBUS
Costumes MARY WOODS
Make-up SYLVIA JAMES
Lighting HOWARD KING
Sound JOHN DELANY
Design COLIN LOWREY
Produced by JOHN HOWARD DAVIES
(Changing guards at Buckingham Palace: see page 4)

Contributors

Unknown: Spike Milligan
Unknown: John Bluthal
Unknown: Edward Underdown
Unknown: Ray Ellington
Unknown: Valentine Dyall
Unknown: Bill Pertwee
Unknown: Alan Clare
Unknown: Vilma Hollingbery
Unknown: Douglas Ditta
Unknown: Charlie Atom
Unknown: Julia Breck
Unknown: Salubrious Lane
Unknown: Teddy Atom
Unknown: Arthur Negus
Unknown: Max Robertson
Unknown: Eleanor Bron
Written By: Spike Milligan
Written By: John Antrobus
Unknown: Mary Woods
Unknown: Sylvia James
Unknown: Howard King
Unknown: John Delany
Design: Colin Lowrey
Produced By: John Howard Davies

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Blog post that mentions this programme:

The Sunday Post: Spike Milligan 15 January 2017





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