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: CONCERT PARTY-CIPATIONS

(3rd Edition)
Presented and Produced by W. H. PITTMAN and R. HALL. Additional Musical Numbers composed by R. HALL
Opening Chorus, Ding Dong '
A Soothing Melody, ' Channaine '
We'll soon have Christmas here again — Topical ! Hal Lennard tries to teach Wal Hanley manners Win Anson becomes confidential
Wal Hanley asks, ' Where are they ? ' Hal Lennard blows the Saxophone Len Roberts-You 've heard him before
An Operatic Children's Hour: ' ' Uncles are
Uncles, but Aunts aren't '
Bertha Anson-she told the producer she could sing!
' The Doll Dance,' a combined attack by our three melody mutilators
' THE BLUE TULIP '
A Musical Comedy in Miniature
Scene A Village by the Zuyder Zee
Finale : Good-night, everybody, Good-night

Contributors

Produced By: W. H. Pittman
Produced By: R. Hall.
Composed By: R. Hall
Unknown: Hal Lennard
Unknown: Wal Hanley
Unknown: Wal Hanley
Unknown: Hal Lennard
Unknown: Saxophone Len Roberts-You
Hans, a Dutch Farmer: Hal Lennard
Sir Richard Fielding, a wealthy Englishman: Len Roberts
Simpson, his Valet: Wal Hanley
Katrina (Dutch Girls): Bertha Anson
Mena (Dutch Girls): Win Anson








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