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: ERIC SMITH

at the Organ of the Granada Cinema,
Bedford

: THE SECOND NEWS

including Weather Forecast

: THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDERS

Under the direction of Peter Hodgkinson with Harry Hartland (baritone)

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Hodgkinson
Baritone: Harry Hartland

: DUETS FOR TWO PIANOS

Tane Minton and Robert Austin

Contributors

Unknown: Tane Minton

: MIDLAND PANTOMIME

An excerpt from
' ALADDIN ' from the Alexandra Theatre ,
Birmingham
The Cast includes
Alexandra Male Quartet
Latasha and Laurence
South China Troupe
Eileen Rogan 's 16 mites
Lehmiski Ladies
Book and Lyrics by Basil Thomas
Music composed and arranged by David Cochran
Production devised by Leon Salberg and David Cochran
Produced by David Cochran
This is the twenty-seventh pantomime at the Alexandra Theatre , a production that was devised by Leon Salberg just before his death.
Barry Lupino was engaged immediately after last year's pantomime ended. Elizabeth French, charming and everything else that a Principal Boy should be, was leading lady in White Horse Inn at the Coliseum, has sung in Covent Garden opera, and is one of the leading lights of television. Doris Bransgrove has been in Cochran and Chariot revues, and Jack Morrison was recently on tour in The Frog.

Contributors

Unknown: Alexandra Theatre
Unknown: Eileen Rogan
Unknown: Basil Thomas
Arranged By: David Cochran
Unknown: Leon Salberg
Unknown: David Cochran
Produced By: David Cochran
Unknown: Alexandra Theatre
Unknown: Leon Salberg
Unknown: Barry Lupino
Unknown: Doris Bransgrove
Unknown: Jack Morrison
Aladdin: Elizabeth French
Princess Balroubador: Doris Bransgrove
So Shi I Princess's Attendants: Volonoff Twins
To Shi Princess's Attendants: Volonoff Twins
Pekoe: Betty Clayton
Widow Twankey: Barry Lupino
Abanazar: Jack Morrison
Wishee Washee: Walter Niblo
Emperor of China: Charles Rolfe
Grand Vizier: Peter McSweeney
Yu No Chinese Police: Hengler Brothers
I No Chinese Police: Hengler Brothers
Geni of the Ring: Latasha
Slave of the Lamp: Laurence

: NEWS SUMMARY

(including Weather Forecast)
SPORT, TOPICAL TALKS

: LATE NEWS SUMMARY

including Weather Forecast








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