GUELDA WALLER and VERA MACONOCHIB in Old Song Pictures assisted by WILLIAM ALWYN (Flute) and HILDA PITCAIRN (Pianoforte) Old Englihs : I saw three Ships; See-Saw; Little
Tommy Tucker; Ding Dong Bell ; Tom, Tom, the Piper's Son; Little Boy Blue; Little Bo Peep; I had a little Nut Tree
Old French : Savez-vous planter les ehoux ? (Canst plant' Cabbages?)"
Au clair de la lune (In Moonlight)
Stir le pontd d 'Avignon (On the Bridge of Avignon) La Bergère (The Shepherdess)
A Musical Golfing Interlude
Book by CHARLES HAYES
Lyrics by ALEC MCGILL and CHARLES HAYES
Music by GEORGE BARKER
Other Caddies, Old Members, etc., etc.
JEAN MELVILLE and GEORGE BARKER
At two Pianos
The Singing Pilot
At the piano,
V. LOUNITZ Guitar accompaniment by AL SHAW
ANNE DE NYS and RICHARD ADDINSELL
At two Pianos
Brown, a Caddy:
White, a Caddy:
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