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: Seaside Concert Parties: 8: Come to the Show

Renee Paskin's presentation as playing at The Hippodrome, Boscombe.
With Albert Grant, Fred Hugh, Renee Beck, Bertie Pat, Rich Siddons, Betty Day and Eddie Day, Raymond Allen, Vivien Read, Kenneth Jackson, Maureen Grant, and Our Eight Young Ladies
At the piano, Harry Condor
(to 16.00)


Stage presentation: Renee Paskin
Performer: Albert Grant
Performer: Fred Hugh
Performer: Renee Beck
Performer: Bertie Pat
Performer: Rich Siddons
Performer: Betty Day
Performer: Eddie Day
Performer: Raymond Allen
Performer: Vivien Read
Performer: Kenneth Jackson
Performer: Maureen Grant
Pianist: Harry Condor
Performers: Our Eight Young Ladies
Produced at Boscombe by: Mildred Challenger
Produced for Television by: Walton Anderson

: The Soul of Anthony Nero

A fantasy in three acts by Arthur Strawn.
The action takes place in New York City
Time: The Present
(John Slater appears by permission of Ealing Studios. Harold Ayer and Miriam Karlin are appearing in "Separate Rooms"; Stanley Maxted, Launce Maraschal, and Harry Lane in "Born Yesterday".)


Author: Arthur Strawn
Producer: Joel O'Brien
Settings: Stephen Bundy
Judge Young: John Slater
Mike: Stanley Lemin
James McCarthy: Launce Maraschal
Edwards: Ken Bellringer
Barbara Reed: Kay Young
Jerome Phillips: Brian Oulton
Del Bono: Arnold Diamond
Gabriel: Stanley Maxted
Judge: George Howe
Mrs. Connors: Aletha Orr
Mrs. Nero: Miriam Karlin
Dr. Kane: Alan Reid
Dr. Williams: Harold Ayer
Josephine: Meriel Hunn
Jimmy: Ronan O'Casey
Delivery man: George Stanford
A man: Donald G. Perrett
Policeman: Don Avory
Detective Walsh: Nicholas Stuart
Police Lieutenant: Harry Lane
Fred Branch: Peter Boyne

: News

(sound only)
(to 22.15)

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