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: MIDDAY Music from Beale's Restaurant, Old Christchureh Road

Directed by GILBERT STACEY

Contributors

Directed By: Gilbert Stacey

: THE SATURDAY NIGHT REVUE

Book and Lyrics written and the Revue produced by GRAHAM JOHN
Music by VIVIANELLIS. H. M. TENNENT , and MAX DAREWSKI
Additional Number by Irving King
The Cast includes :
GEOFFREY GWYTHER , FLORENCE OLDHAM ,
TOMMY HANDLEY , NADINE MARCH,
HENRY CAINE , BLANCHE TOMLIN, and THE RADIO CHORUS
Opening Chorus, ' Make It Saturday Night' Introducing the Company Duet, ' Start Caring'
The Big Snag. 'A Dip in the Postbag ' Duet, ' Moonshine '
Trio, ' Don't Tell Mother ' Sketch, ' The Best Man ' Song, ' Tango Tune '
Sketch, ' The Last Laugh'
Dancing Song, ' Follow Me'
Song. ' Rolling Stone'
Sketch, ' A Tnief in the Night'
Duet, ' The Whole Town's Talking ' Sketch, ' Spring in Arcady ' Quartet, ' Be a Sport ! '
Talk, ' Fixing the Coop Oop '
Duet, ' When You and I Were Dancing ' Burlesque, ' The Missing Links '
Anthem. ' The More We are Together ' Finale, ' Make It Saturday Night '
THE RADIO DANCE BAND, directed by SYDNEY FIRMAN

Contributors

Produced By: Graham John
Unknown: H. M. Tennent
Unknown: Geoffrey Gwyther
Unknown: Florence Oldham
Unknown: Tommy Handley
Unknown: Henry Caine
Directed By: Sydney Firman








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