The world's greatest display of aircraft, ranging from lightweight helicopters to supersonic fighters, and giant air-liners and bombers of the future.
Organised by the Society of British Aircraft Constructors
From the Royal Aircraft Establishment's Headquarters at Farnborough, Hampshire.
The Minstrel Show
Introduced by Jeremy Hawk as Mr Interlocutor.
with Bryan Johnson as Mr. Bones, Bill Hitchcock as Mr. Tambo, Veit Bethke as Mr. Pussyfoot, Don Arden as Mr. It Rhymes, Roy Henderson as Sunshine
Music provided by: The Kentucky Troubadour - Elton Hayes, Mr. Banjo - Al Jeffrey, Mr. Ivory Tickles - Peter Greenwell
Look Where You're Going
A film reminding you of the things you should watch for when you go out of doors.
The Man in Armour: 5: Sorry No Ghosts!
A fantasy in six episodes by Godfrey Harrison.
[Starring] Bruce Gordon
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Mr. It Rhymes:
The Kentucky Troubadour:
Mr. Ivory Tickles:
Writer (The Man in Armour):
Producer (The Man in Armour):
Sir Archibald Willow:
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