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Felix the Cat: Romeeow
A cartoon film.

Arts and Crafts of Mexico
An American film dealing with the traditional crafts of Mexico: weaving, basket-making, glass-blowing, and pottery-making.

For Older Children: The Cisco Kid
Cisco and Pancho have their last adventure in the present series of films and we say goodbye to them for the time being.

(to 17.45)

featuring Northern Variety Orchestra, conducted by Alyn Ainsworth
with Ronald Rogers, Nick Lundon and Pat Lundon, The Kordites, Josef Locke
Introduced by Paul Carpenter.

Contributors

Presenter:
Paul Carpenter
Musicians:
Northern Variety Orchestra
[Orchestra] conducted by:
Alyn Ainsworth
Singer:
Ronald Rogers
Dancer:
Nick Lundon
Dancer:
Pat Lundon
Singers:
The Kordites
Tenor:
Josef Locke
Producer:
Barney Colehan

An unrehearsed discussion on topics of the week.
Chairman, Edgar Lustgarten
Speakers: Sir Robert Boothby M.P., W. J. Brown, Anthony Greenwood M.P., Michael Foot M.P.

Contributors

Chairman:
Edgar Lustgarten
Speaker:
Sir Robert Boothby
Speaker:
W. J. Brown
Speaker:
Anthony Greenwood
Speaker:
Michael Foot
Presented by:
John Irwin

Written by Frank Muir and Denis Norden.
[Starring] Dick Bentley
with Peter Sellers, Charlotte Mitchell, Rosemary Miller, Herbert Mostyn and Pearl Carr.
Guest appearance of Peter Jones.

Contributors

Writer:
Frank Muir
Writer:
Denis Norden
Original music written and arranged by:
Malcolm Lockyer
Orchestra director:
Eric Robinson
Designer:
Frederick Knapman
Production:
Brian Tesler
Production:
Ernest Maxin
Comedian:
Dick Bentley
Comedian:
Peter Sellers
[Actress]:
Charlotte Mitchell
[Actress]:
Rosemary Miller
[Actress]:
Herbert Mostyn
[Actor]:
Peter Jones
Dancer:
Gillian Swinton
Dancer:
Pauline Innes
Dancer:
Hazel Johns
Dancer:
Kathryn Beetham
Dancer:
Heather Houghton
Dancer:
Joy Harvey

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