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Talk on " Canada " (1), by Prof. Roxby.

: Gaillard and his Orchestra

from the Scala Cinema.

: Programme

S.B. from London.

: " The Liverpool River " (2)

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Mr. K. RUSSELL BRADY.

Contributors

Unknown: Mr. K. Russell Brady.

: THE " 6LV " DICKY SAMS

in an Original Musical Mixture.
Arranged and Presented by EDWARD P. GENN.
DORIS GAMBELL , PAULINE PARRY ,
BARBARA CLEMENTS , MURIEL LEVY , WALTER SHORE, PHILLIP WISE, JOHN HARVEY , ALBERT HASSAL , " HIMSELF."
We Inflict Ourselves Upon the Listener.
Albert Wakes Up.
Phillip Makes Love to Our Pet Soprano. Pauline Gets Rather Restive.
The Producer Hatches a Plot with " Himself " and John.
Muriel Describes " Jane from
Maiden Lane. "
Walter Tries To Remember Things. Doris Breaks Forth Into Song.
AN EXCLUSIVE PEEP BEHIND THE
SCENES.
Phillip Insists on a Little Light Opera.
Some Impersonations by Albert and Others. Muriel Moralises.
The Company Take the Producer's Name
In Vain.
John Sings While We Change the Scenery. Pauline Obliges Again While We Change
Our Minds.
" Himself " Intrudes.
Two of the Dicky Sams Have a Bit of a Bother.
The First (and Last) Production of the In-Famous Dreary Lane Meol-Drama , "AN OSCILLATOR'S DOWNFALL," or "THE HETERODYNES'S REVENGE," in Two Wave-lengths and Twenty-one Kill-ocycles. Performed by the Un-named Players. (By kind permission of the Engineers.)
The Dicky Sams Bid You Good-Night !
Dialogue and Sketches written by Edward P. Genn.

Contributors

Unknown: Doris Gambell
Unknown: Pauline Parry
Unknown: Barbara Clements
Unknown: Muriel Levy
Unknown: John Harvey
Unknown: Albert Hassal
Unknown: Maiden Lane.
Unknown: Muriel Moralises.
Unknown: Dicky Sams
Unknown: Lane Meol-Drama
Unknown: Dicky Sams
Written By: Edward P. Genn.

: WEATHER FORECAST and NEWS.

S.B. from London. Local News.

: A Sociable Song Recital

by . GEORGE HILL.
Assisted by the " 6LV " MALECHORUS.








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