with Bruce Trent, June Malo, Peggy Dell, Ernie Wise, Maureen Potter, Maureen Flanagan, Freddie Schweitzer, Primrose, Doreen Stephens.
Jack Hylton and his
A.G. Street and his guests will discuss what is for them the perfect holiday.
Among those present will be advocates of the strenuous and the restful holiday, the glamorous holiday, cheap and expensive, and the holiday with or without family encumbrances.
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