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: New Dress Styles

A Fashion Parade arranged by H. E. Plaister and G. R. Kenward-Eggar.


Arranged by: H. E. Plaister
Arranged by: G. R. Kenward-Eggar

: Will C. Pepper's White Coons

A Concert-Party Show revived and produced by Harry S. Pepper.
Book written and remembered by C. Denier Warren with Tommy Handley, Paul England, C. Denier Warren, Wynne Ajello, Jane Carr, Joe Morley
At the pianos: Harry S. Pepper and Doris Arnold

This is the second invitation viewers have had to listen to the Gay White Coons. They made their début at Alexandra Palace on January 23. This concert party is an old favourite with sound listeners, and their first television performance suggested that their popularity would be extended to another sphere.


Revived and produced by: Harry S. Pepper
Book written and remembered by: C. Denier Warren
Performer: C. Denier Warren
Comedian: Tommy Handley
Comedian: Paul England
Performer: Wynne Ajello
Performer: Jane Carr
Banjoist: Joe Morley
Pianist: Harry S. Pepper
Pianist: Doris Arnold

: New Dress Styles

A Fashion Parade arranged by H. E. PIaister and G. R. Kenward-Eggar.


Arranged by: H.E. Piaister
Arranged by: G.R. Kenward-Eggar

: Will C. Pepper's White Coons

A Concert-Party Show.
(Details as at 3.25)

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