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Forces Programme

AT THE CAFE CONTINENTAL'

Free Europeans meet in London to hear the music of the Orchestre Montmartre directed by Albert Sandler. Lorraine La Fosse sings in the cabaret
Forces Programme

GREETINGS to the Imperial and Allied Forces in the United Kingdom , followed by DANCE CABARET

from the Ballroom, Andover. Jeanne de Casalis, and Denis O'Neil. Mdlville Christie 's Dance Orchestra, with Eva Beynon. Presented by Leslie Bridgmont
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Morning Star

Records of Jean Sablon, French cabaret star
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CABARET

from the West of Scotland. Compere, Ike Freedman. Forsythe, Seamon, and Farrell, Beryl Orde , and a section of the Scottish Variety Orchestra : conductor, Ronnie Munro. Produced by Eric Fawcett
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' FLOOR SHOW

Cabaret entertainment with Carroll Gibbons and his Orchestra, Adelaide Hall, Jackie Hunter , Billie Campbell , Leslie Douglas. Presented by Norah Neale
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TEA-TIME CABARET

with Hildegarde, the Merry Macs, Charles Trenet , and the Milt Herth Trio, on records
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Morning Star

Records of Charles Trenet, French cabaret and recording star
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Morning Star

Records of Lucienne Boyer, French cabaret artist
Forces Programme

'FLOOR SHOW'

The Music : Sam Rogers and his Palace Rhythm Band, with Al Burrows and Mae Bamber. The Cabaret : Harold Berens and Molly Thornton. The Host: Wilfred Pickles. The Producer : Richard North
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THE RECORD CABARET

with Hutch, Dinah Shore , Florence Desmond , and Bob Crosby and his Orchestra
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RECORD STAR

Jean Sablon, popular French cabaret and recording artist
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GREETINGS to the Imperial and Allied Forces in Great Britain , followed by DANCE CABARET

Listen to Kenway and Young, Denis O'Neil , Doris Hare , and dance to Clenson's Debonnaires. Presented by Lesile Bridgmont. From a hotel in the West
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Morning Star

Records of Helen Morgan, American cabaret singer
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Morning Star

Records of Harry Richman, American cabaret and variety star
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Morning Star

Records of Pills et Tabet, French cabaret artists
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Morning Star

Records of Rina Ketty, French cabaret star
Forces Programme

Morning Star

Records of Jean Sablon, French cabaret star
Forces Programme

AMERICAN CABARET

with the Merry Macs, Kate Smith , Alec Templeton , Tony Martin , and the Milt Herth Trio
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'COCKTAILS AND CAPERS'

Dinner-time cabaret show, featuring Harry Roy and his Band and other well-known artists. Presented by Jacques Brown






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