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: Vienna Life

An operetta based on the music of the famous waltz king, devised by Claud Jenkins.
Cafe Orchestra on the stage under the direction of Jerry Haywood
The scene in laid in Vienna in 1867 in the open-air cafe Medrano
The music of Johann Strauss and Millocker arranged and adapted by Jerry Haywood. The number 'Dear Doubting Lover' by Jerry Haywood
(Sheila de Haan appears by permission of A. Stewart Cruickshank)

Contributors

Deviser: Claud Jenkins
Cafe orchestra direction/music arranger/adapter/Composer (Dear Doubting Lover): Jerry Haywood
Lyrics: Josephine Caryll
Lyrics: David Caryll
Producer: Philip Bate
Mark, cafe proprietor: Joseph Green
Lieutenant Henry of the Austrian Guards: Eric Starling
Archduke Franz: Cecil Brock
Zona Leightman, youthful prima donna of Vienna State Opera: Sheila de Haan
Lieutenant Henry's friends: Lotte Leil: Joan Allum
Lieutenant Henry's friends: Leila Schultz: Doreen Lavender
Mitza, a dancer: Hope Jackman
Hungarian Officer: Edward Warburton
Other parts played by: Zoe Corner
Other parts played by: Caroline Shaw
Other parts played by: Philip Merritt
Other parts played by: Jean Gluckstein

: Picture Page

A Television Magazine.
Edited and introduced by Joan Gilbert.
(to 16.00)

Contributors

Editor/Presenter: Joan Gilbert
Interviewer: Leslie Mitchell
Producer: Douglas Mair

: Variety

with Sherkot (Continental comedian), Margery Manners (singing cowgirl), Cynthia and Gladys (jugglers), Charles Harrison (comedian), Lynne Bretton (songs),
Bradley Harris (musical impressions).

Contributors

Comedian: Sherkot
Singer: Margery Manners
Jugglers: Cynthia and Gladys
Comedian: Charles Harrison
Singer: Lynne Bretton
Musical impressionist: Bradley Harris
Orchestra conducted by: Stanley Andrews
Producer: Harry Pringle

: Picture Page

A Television Magazine.
Edited and introduced by Joan Gilbert.

Contributors

Editor/Presenter: Joan Gilbert
Interviewer: Leslie Mitchell
Producer: Douglas Mair

: Music Makers: Edward Pogson

with his collection of musical instruments.

Contributors

Musician: Edward Pogson

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.10)








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