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How Does it End?: The Count of Monte Cristo
by Alexandre Dumas.
Another programme in the series on famous books.
Devised and introduced by Robert MacDermot.

Boxing for Boys: The Punch that Counts
Bill Latto introduces Eric Dolby and Harry Brown.

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Author (The Count of Monte Cristo):
Alexandre Dumas
Devised and introduced by (How Does it End?):
Robert MacDermot
Producer (How Does it End?):
Peter Kneebone
Edmond Dantes:
Robin Lloyd
David Garth
Fernando Mondego:
Gordon Whiting
M. Gerard de Villefort:
Anthony Jacobs
Abbe Faria:
J. Leslie Frith
Presenter (Boxing for Boys):
Bill Latto
Boxer (Boxing for Boys):
Eric Dolby
Boxer (Boxing for Boys):
Harry Brown
Inter-round summaries (Boxing for Boys):
W. Barrington-Dalby
Presented by (Boxing for Boys):
Cliff Michelmore

The Television Toppers invite you to come round the town with them for visits to some of London's most famous rendezvous.
This week they take you to The Cafe de Paris where you will meet The Beverley Sisters, The Ray Ellington Quartet and guest stars.
Cafe de Paris Orchestra
Directed by George Smith


The Television Toppers
The Beverley Sisters
The Ray Ellington Quartet
Cafe de Paris Orchestra
Orchestra directed by:
George Smith
Dance routines directed by:
Leslie Roberts
Richard Afton

Speakers: Robert Boothby, M.P., W. J. Brown, Anthony Greenwood, M.P., Michael Foot M.P.
Chairman, Frank Byers


Robert Boothby
W. J. Brown
Anthony Greenwood
Michael Foot
Frank Byers
Arranged by:
Edgar Lustgarten
Presented by:
John Irwin

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