A half-hour of high speed Variety with Harry Corbett, Bedlam and Bedlam, Johnny and Suma Lamonte.
The Great Detective: 3: Ramrod to the rescue
A sinister comedy in six episodes by Philip Godfrey.
[Starring] John Hewer as The Great Detective
(John Hewer is appearing in 'Two Bouquets' at the Piccadilly Theatre, London)
Puppeteer (Sooty Introduces):
Performers (Sooty Introduces):
Entertainers (Sooty Introduces):
Johnny and Suma
Musical arrangements (Sooty Introduces):
Producer (Sooty Introduces/The Great Detective):
Writer (The Great Detective):
The Great Detective:
Soames, the butler:
Gubbins the gardener:
A thriller in six parts by Nigel Kneale.
[Starring] Reginald Tate, Isabel Dean and Duncan Lamont
Professor Bernard Quatermass:
Dr. Gordon Briscoe:
Detective Inspector Lomax:
Dr. Ludwig Reichenheim:
with Gordon Harker, Peggy Livesey, Harold Berens, John Hanson, Dave Apollon with Elaine and her guitar and, at the piano, Laverne Gustafson
Charles Ancaster, The George Mitchell Glee Club, The Gay Parade Dancers
The George Mitchell Glee
The Gay Parade
Orchestra under the direction of:
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