Saturday 16 April 1960, 6-6.30pm
Chairman: David Jacobs
Panel: Sheila Gallagher, Gary Miller, Eric Robinson, Anne Rogers
Standing On The Corner – Four Lads (Philips)
Cradle Of Love – Johnny Preston (Mercury)
Someday – Della Reese (RCA)
A Place In The Sun – Robert Earl (Philips)
Anyway The Wind Blows – Doris Day (Philips)
This Love I Have For You – Lance Fortune (Pye)
Ramona – Five Dallas Boys (Columbia)
The Love I Share With You – Alfred Lynch (Decca)
Don’t Fence Me In – Tommy Edwards (MGM)
Camera script: Greenfields (Beverley Sisters) listed but this record had been banned.
Anne Rogers was starring as Eliza Doolittle at Drury Lane. She was the daughter in law of Henry Hall. She had done over 720 performance in US and 280 in UK. On April 13, did her 1,000th performance. A fast car was to take her to Drury Lane after the show.
Re Greenfields by the Beverley Sisters – I note it was listed as being played on Show #40 (9 April). I am wondering if it was planned for this show but brought forward to the previous show?
Further to my last post, I note you said this Beverley Sisters song had been banned. I am not sure it was. I know, however, that their version of ‘Greensleeves’ was banned.