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Cabaret

with Naunton Wayne (compere), Popeye the Sailor (Billy Costello), Simpson's 'Humanettes' (novelty puppets), The Bavera Trio (skaters), The Griffith Bros. and Miss Lutie with their wonder horse 'Pogo'.
BBC Television

Comedy Cabaret

With Harry Tate, assisted by Ronald Tate, Frank Leslie, and Dave O'Toole, in "Fishing", George Jackley, Max and Harry Nesbitt, Hector and Pals, Charles Harrison, Allan, Allan, and Allan, Charles Gordon, The Geddes Brothers.
Compere, Cyril Fletcher
BBC Television

Cabaret

[Starring] Stanley Holloway
with Jean Colin, Jackie Billings and Diana Chase, The Dehl Trio, Edward Cooper
and Dennis van Thal and his Orchestra.
BBC Television

Comedy Cabaret

with Rebla (juggler), Zeanit (illusions), Rex and Bessie (dancers), Jan Tors (eccentric violinist), Ord Hamilton (songs), and Leonard Henry.
BBC Television

Eastern Cabaret

With Galli Galli (conjuror), Reine Paulet (Arabic songs), Effy and Halima (an Arabian novelty), Bill Pedersen and Buddy, Douglas Young, and Cyril Fletcher (compere).
BBC Television

Cabaret

[Starring] Flotsam and Jetsam
with The Five Lai-Founs (Chinese acrobats)
BBC Television

Western Cabaret: No.4

with Big Bill Campbell, The Three Van Strattans, Clifford and Marion, Buck Douglas,
Larry Adamson, Joe, Steve, and Hank
Harry Lester and his Hayseeds: Babs May, Goofus Brown, 'Pop', Tom Soulsby, Jack Leng, Dug Duffton, Ted North
The Cavendish Three, Freddie 'Trump' Wood and the Hill-Billy Band
BBC Television

Cabaret

with The Cranstonians (dancers), Gene Sheldon (comedian), Adelaide Hall (songs) and Cantu (Mexican magician)
BBC Television

Cabaret

with Carson Robison and his Pioneers, Joe Termini (comedian), Eric Cardi (conjuror), Gracie Schenk and Co. (dancers), Jack Warner (compere).
BBC Television

Western Cabaret

(Details as Tuesday, 3.0, except that Will and Gladys Ahearn appear instead of Bob Dyer)
BBC Television

Cabaret

[Starring] Renee Houston and Donald Stewart
with Al and Bob Harvey songs at the piano, Bobby May, juggler (by permission of the Savoy Hotel, Ltd.), Charles Harrison, comedian, Drury and Ramond, dancers, Afrique, impressions
BBC Television

Comedy Cabaret

[Starring] Hermione Baddeley
with Jane Carr and Bob Dyer.
At the piano, Evel Burns.
BBC Television

Intimate Cabaret

with Cyril Fletcher, comedian and Jane Carr and Marianne Davis (songs at the piano)
BBC Television

Cabaret

with Joe Termini (comedian), Rebla (juggler), Carl and Faith Simpson's Humanettes and Flotsam and Jetsam.
BBC Television

Intimate Cabaret

with Irene Prador (songs), Jan Tors (comedy fiddler) and Don Marino Barreto's Cubans.
Accompanied by Tom Webster (drums)
BBC Television

Western Cabaret: No. 3

With Big Bill Campbell, Evelyn Dall, Buck Douglas, Larry Adamson, Joe, Steve, and Hank, The Three Van Strattans, Harry Lester and his Hayseeds - Babs May, Goofus Brown, 'Pop' Tom Soulsby, Jack Leng, Dug Duffton, Ted North, Freddie 'Trump' Wood and the Hill-Billy Band and Visitors to the Ranch - Tenderfoot Claude Dampier with Billie Carlyle.
BBC Television

Cabaret

with Don Marino Baretto and his Cuban Band
Walsh and Barker in songs
Frakson (conjuror)
BBC Television

Cabaret

with Don Marino Baretto and his Cuban Band
Walsh and Barker in songs
Frakson (conjuror)






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