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Jack Barty's Party


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to which he has invited several guests including
This is the second of Jack Barty 's hilarious parties. He ' threw ' the first the week before last, and the third is to follow on April 5. They provide an opportunity for listeners to hear more of this popular comedian than they can in an ordinary Variety show.
Jack Barty is a very popular provincial comedian and is well known for his work in White Horse Inn and Casanova at the Coliseum. He spent the first half of last year filming in Hollywood and came back to broadcast in ' Off for the Holidays '. He plays the part of a talent scout in the In Town Tonight film, shortly to be released. And those who heard him broadcast in Music-Hall last month will not forget his singing of ' Roast Beef of Old England '.


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