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: Cabaret Cruise: No. 8

Commander - A. B. Campbell
Among the passengers are:
'Popeye the Sailor' (Billy Costello), Irene Prador, John Walsh and Jack Barker,
Bob Dyer, Clifford and Marion, Douglas Young, Van Dock and The Ship's Band, led by Guy Daines.

Contributors

Commander: A.B. Campbell
'Popeye the Sailor': Billy Costello
Singer: Irène Prador
Musician: John Walsh
Musician: Jack Barker
Singer: Bob Dyer
Performers: Clifford and Marion
Performer: Douglas Young
Performer: Van Dock
Leader of ship's band: Guy Daines
Presentation: Harry Pringle

: Larger than Life

The Micro-Zoo from the Ideal Home Exhibition, demonstrated for television with a commentary by E. H. Ellis and Frank Coven.

Contributors

Commentary: E. H. Ellis
Commentary: Frank Coven

: Re-View (10th Edition)

Songs and scenes from bygone shows, remembered and produced by Reginald Smith with Joyce Winn, William Stephens, Graham Payn and Cyril Fletcher.
At the pianos, Roy Ellis and Dennis van Thal

Contributors

Producer: Reginald Smith
Performer: Joyce Winn
Performer: William Stephens
Singer: Graham Payn
Performer: Cyril Fletcher
Pianist: Roy Ellis
Pianist: Dennis van Thal

: Schoolboy Howlers

by Cecil Hunt.

Contributors

Presenter: Cecil Hunt

: Pas Seul

with Pamela Foster (dancer) and Daisy Guth (pianoforte)
The BBC Television Orchestra
Leader, Boris Pecker
Conductor, Hyam Greenbaum

Contributors

Dancer: Pamela Foster
Pianoforte: Daisy Guth
Musicians: The BBC Television Orchestra
Leader: Boris Pecker
Conductor: Hyam Greenbaum








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