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It's Cliff Richard

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with Una Stubbs , Hank B. Marvin featuring Daliah Lavi
Lovely Daliah Lavi joins Cliff, Una, and Hank to play Mata Hari in the spy film to end all spy films. She will also be singing her new song - called very simply ' Love Song.'
Born in Israel 29 years ago, Daliah Lavi is something of an expert in spy films having appeared in several, including Casino Royale, Spy with a Cold Nose, and The Silencers.
Vocal backings THE BREAKAWAYS Choreography NITA HOWARD
NORRIE PARAMOR AND HIS ORCHESTRA Sound HUGH BARKER Lighting PETER SMEE Script ERIC DAVIDSON Design ROGER FORD
Production by MICHAEL HURLL

Contributors

Unknown: Una Stubbs
Unknown: Hank B. Marvin
Unknown: Mata Hari
Unknown: Daliah Lavi
Unknown: Nita Howard
Unknown: Norrie Paramor
Production By: Michael Hurll

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