A Ballet for Television.
This ballet tells the story of Pierre and Madelon-true lovers parted in the traditional fairy-tale manner by their heartless parents. Like all the best fairy-tales this one. of course, has a happy ending, though the means by which it comes about are perhaps a trifle unusual.
Presented for television by:
Madelon, a poor fisher girl:
The parish priest:
Dr. Asta Kihlbom, the representative for Great Britain of the Swedish Institute for Cultural Relations, introduces the outstanding Swedish film of Stockholm life, 'Rhythm of a City', which was so well received at the Edinburgh festival.
Devised and written by Denis Norden and Edgar Blatt.
with Harry Secombe, Barbara Leake, Charles Irwin, Sheila Matthews, Anthony Drake, Ursula Sullivan, Alec Ross, and Geraldo's Orchestra with Carole Carr, Denny Vaughan, Archie Lewis and Three Boys and a Girl.
Three Boys and a
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