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: Mr. HUGH ROBERTS

: The Birth of the Fairy Tale '

: Tea-Time Music

from the Grand Super Cinema, Westbourne. Directed by Isadore Godowsky

Contributors

Directed By: Isadore Godowsky

: THE STUDIO TRIO

: REGINALD S. MOUAT
(Violin), THOMAS E. ILLINGWORTH (Cello), CHARLES LEESON (Piano)

Contributors

Violin: Reginald S. Mouat
Violin: Thomas E. Illingworth
Piano: Charles Leeson

: CHARLES LEESON

Piano Improvisations

: ' A SHARP ATTACK

' by HERBERT C. SARGENT
Played by THE LONDON RADIO REPERTORY PLAYERS
Presented by R. E. JEFFREY
AN amusing domestic comedy of life in a small village, wherein the shrewd shop-keeper shows that the diplomacy which brought him commercial success, proves of little avail when applied to the gentler art of courtship
Characters :
IN Ezekiel Meggs 's sitting-room, a bare, cheerless apartment, giving an impression of extreme poverty, a very small fire is burning. At the back of the room, which is lighted by one candle, there is a glazed partition through which his shop can be seen. Meggs, a small wizened man of about forty, is sitting at the table casting up figures in a ledger.

Contributors

Unknown: Herbert C. Sargent
Presented By: R. E. Jeffrey
Unknown: Ezekiel Meggs

: CHARLES LEESON

Piano Improvisations








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