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SINGERS featuring
TONY MERCER with The Television Toppers and The Barron Knights
Margaret Savage, Delia Wicks
Penny Jewkes , Les Rawlings
Dance direction by Roy Gunson Vocal arrangements by George Mitchell
Orchestrations by Alan Bristow Orchestra
Conducted by George Mitchell and Eric Robinson
Settings by Martin Collins f Devised and produced by GEORGE INNS
John Boulter , Dai Francis , and Tony Mercer are in ' The Black and White Minstrel Show ' at the Victoria Palace. London
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Singers: George Mitchell
Unknown: John Boulter
Unknown: Dai Francis
Unknown: Tony Mercer
Unknown: Delia Wicks
Unknown: Penny Jewkes
Unknown: Roy Gunson
Arrangements By: George Mitchell
Unknown: Alan Bristow
Leader: Freddy Clayton
Conducted By: George Mitchell
Conducted By: Eric Robinson
Unknown: Martin Collins
Produced By: George Inns
Produced By: John Boulter
Produced By: Dai Francis
Produced By: Tony Mercer

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