Daniel Pageon presents the last of three programmes exploring the life of one of France's best-known entertainers.
Chevalier in War Time and Retirement, with comments from his ex-wife YVONNE VALLEE ,
JEAN SABLON. RONALD KENNEDY
MISS BLUEBELL. ROUBEN MAMOUUAN ALEXANDER WALKER and the 95-year-old stage designer erte. plus the voice of Maurice Chevalier himself, and Ellis Hill as Mistinguett Written by CHARLES CASTLE Compiled and produced by ANTHONY WILLS
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Auntie Maggie has invited Melanie to stay with her in Scotland. It's the first time she's ever travelled on a train alone, so, when she hasn't arrived after six days, it's ...contact Interpol! Written and produced by MIKE CRAIG BBC Manchester
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