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Henry Sherek's Cabaret

From the Dorchester Hotel. John Hoysradt (impressions), Vera Haal (songs), and the Chester Hale Girls.
BBC Television

Cabaret

with Adelaide Hall (songs), Ed Morelle (conjuror), Ken Harvey (banjoist), Lucille and Frank (dancers).
BBC Television

Cabaret

with Jean Colin, Bood and Bood, Max and Harry Nesbitt and Cyril Fletcher (by courtesy of Greatrex Newman)
BBC Television

Western Cabaret

With Big Bill Campbell, Evelyn Dall, 'Buck' Douglas, The Sensational Carsons, Bob Dyer, Chief White Eagle, Calby McCord, Joe, Steve, and Hank, and Freddie 'Trump' Wood and the Hill-Billy Band.
BBC Television

Intimate Cabaret

[Starring] Corliss and Palmer (American duettists)
BBC Television

Intimate Cabaret

with Dela Lipinskaya Russian diseuse
Bennett and Williams comedians
At the piano, Jim Hands
BBC Television

Cabaret Interlude

With Leonard Henry (comedian) and Adrina Otero (Spanish dancer).
At the piano: Evel Burns
BBC Television

Cabaret

[Starring] Steve Geray and Magda Kun
With Horace Kenney in 'The Frontiersman', and Eric Cardi (conjuror).
BBC Television

Cabaret

with Ronald Frankau (with Monte Crick at the piano), The Three Aberdonians (acrobats), Jean Colin (in songs), Bill Pedersen and Buddy.
BBC Television

Cabaret

With Paul Berny, French juggler; A. C. Astor, ventriloquist; Trudi Binar, Continental songs; Ruth and Billy Ambrose, American dancers.
BBC Television

Cabaret Cruise: No. 8

Commander - A. B. Campbell
Among the passengers are:
'Popeye the Sailor' (Billy Costello), Irene Prador, John Walsh and Jack Barker,
Bob Dyer, Clifford and Marion, Douglas Young, Van Dock and The Ship's Band, led by Guy Daines.
BBC Television

Western Cabaret: No. 2

With Big Bill Campbell, 'Buck' Douglas, Chief White Eagle, The Three Musketeers, Lyle Evans, Clifford and Marion, Nina Devitt, The Knife-Throwing Denvers, Harry Lester and his Hayseeds-Babs May, Goofus Brown, 'Pop' Tom Soulsby, Jack Leng, Dug Duffton, Ted North, and Freddie 'Trump' Wood, and the Hill-Billy Band.
BBC Television

Cabaret

with Murray and Mooney (comedians), Gaston Palmer (comedy juggler), Gladys and Kusserow (dancers), Joe Termini (comedy musical act).
BBC Television

Cabaret Interlude

with The Four Spallas (adagio), Bennett and Williams (comedians), O'Shea and Joan (tap dancers).
BBC Television

Cabaret

with Phyllis Robins, Robb Wilton (comedian), The Marquis Trio (adagio dancers),
Johnson Clarke (ventriloquist), Gaston Palmer (comedy juggler).
BBC Television

Intimate Cabaret

with Cyril Fletcher (comedian), Frederic Harris (conjuror), Darvell and Shires (dancers), and Billy Mayerl.






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