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Climb aboard the Six-Five Special with Josephine Douglas and Pete Murray introducing Chris Barber's Jazz Band with Ottilie Patterson, Don Lang and his Frantic Five, Clive Lythgoe
and Guest star: Dickie Valentine
Featuring sport: Freddie Mills
Star spotlight on: Eva Gabor

Contributors

Presenter/Producer:
Josephine Douglas
Presenter:
Pete Murray
Musicians:
Chris Barber's Jazz Band
Singer:
Ottilie Patterson
Musicians:
Don Lang and his Frantic Five
Pianist:
Clive Lythgoe
Singer:
Dickie Valentine
Sports presenter:
Freddie Mills
Guest:
Eva Gabor
Scriptwriter:
Trevor Peacock
Additional Research:
Kenneth Midwood
Producer:
Jack Good

A serial in six episodes by Ian Dallas.
From the novel by Denis B. Wylie.
[Starring] Ursula Howells, Peter Arne

Contributors

Adapter:
Ian Dallas
Author:
Denis B. Wylie
Producer:
Peter Lambert
Designer:
Lawrence Broadhouse
Carrie Dean:
Jacqueline Hill
Ruth Blair:
Ursula Howells
Richard Kendal:
Peter Arne
Max Parrott:
Michael Warre
Grennion:
Edward Higgins
Mrs. Hamilton:
Aithna Gover
Tom Hamilton:
Terence O'Regan
Jean Hamilton:
Jean Bloor

starring Ted Ray with Kenneth Connor, Deryck Guyler, The Nibereo Brothers and Donald Peers, The Leslie Roberts Silhouettes.

Contributors

Comedian:
Ted Ray
[Actor]:
Kenneth Connor
[Actor]:
Deryck Guyler
Entertainers:
The Nibereo Brothers
Singer:
Donald Peers
Dancers:
The Leslie Roberts Silhouettes
Scriptwriter:
Sid Colin
Scriptwriter:
Talbot Rothwell
Scriptwriter:
George Wadmore
Dance sequences produced by:
Leslie Roberts
Orchestra director:
Eric Robinson
Producer:
George Inns

Take your partners for the Ball of the Year from the Empress Hall, London.Dancing to the Sydney Thompson Old-Tyme Orchestra with the Harmony Singers from Gravesend.
Master of Ceremonies, Sydney Thompson

Contributors

Musicians:
The Sydney Thompson Old-Tyme Orchestra
Singers:
The Harmony Singers
Master of Ceremonies:
Sydney Thompson
Commentator:
Brian Johnston
Presented for television by:
John Vernon

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