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: Gramophone Records MUSICAL SHOWMEN

Cole Porter
New Mayfair Orchestra: Wake up and Dream, 1929
Comedy Harmonists: Night and Day (Gay Divorce, 1932)
Fred Astaire , with Leo Heisman 's
Orchestra: I've got you on my mind (Gay Divorce, 1932)
Gertrude Lawrence : Experiment
(Nymph Errant, 1933)
Elisabeth Welch : Solomon (Nymph
Errant, 1933)
Jack Hylton and his Band:
You're the top (Anything Goes, 1934)
Male Quartet: Lady Fair (Anything Goes, 1934)
Frances Langford , with Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra: I've got you under my skin (Born to Dance, 1937)
Cole Porter: Thank you so much,
Mrs. Lowsborough Goodby
Paul Whiteman and his Concert
Orchestra: Cole Porter Hits


Unknown: Fred Astaire
Unknown: Leo Heisman
Unknown: Gertrude Lawrence
Unknown: Elisabeth Welch
Unknown: Jack Hylton
Unknown: Frances Langford
Unknown: Jimmy Dorsey
Unknown: Mrs. Lowsborough Goodby
Unknown: Paul Whiteman


Eye-witness accounts of Plymouth Argyle v. Chesterfield
Bristol Rovers v. Torquay United
Bournemouth and Boscombe
Athletic v.
Brighton and Hove Albion


7—' America '
A Recital of Light Organ Music by Harry Moreton from the Guildhall, Plymouth


Music By: Harry Moreton

: An excerpt from the pantomime 'Aladdin'

Presented by Mary Hoyle irom the Palace Theatre, Plymouth
The cast includes
Musical Director, Gordon Davies
Producer, Frankland Grey


Presented By: Mary Hoyle
Director: Gordon Davies
Producer: Frankland Grey
Aladdin: Ivy Luck
Princess So Shi: Zane Baynes
Emperor: Maurice Sennett
Abanazar: Ronald Green
Wishi Washee: David Dale
Hiki: Donalda Wame
Chinese Policemen: Nicol And Martin
Grand Vizier: Reg Ryan
Widow Twankey: Walter Barker
Geni of the Ring: Albert Hayman
Slave of the Lamp: Joan Lawson


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