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30 August 2016

SHOW # 33 SATURDAY 25th APRIL 1959

 Compered by Jimmy Henny

  1. Long Tall Sally  (Dickie Pride & Lord Rockingham's XI)
  2. Rip It Up  (Ann & Mary, 2nd XI)
  3. Light Of Love  (The Cutters & Dallas Boys)
  4. Big Blon' Baby  (Nicky Martin & 2nd XI)
  5. Wee Tom  (Lord Rockingham's XI)
  6. Little Darlin'  (The Dallas Boys & Lord Rockingham's XI)
  7. Good Rockin'  (Bill Forbes, The Dallas Boys, Vernons & Lord Rockingham's XI)
  8.Come Softly To Me  (Dickie Pride, Jean & Margaret)
  9. Where Were You?  (Cuddly Dudley, Vernons Girls & Lord Rockingham's XI)
 10. Saturday Night Fish Fry  (Don Lang, Cherry Wainer & Don Storer)
 11. Come On Joey  (Vernons Girls)
 12. A Fool Such As I  (Billy Fury, Dallas Boys &  2nd XI)
 13. Pink Shoe Laces  (Maureen & Lord Rockingham's XI)
 14. Cool Shake  (Dickie Pride & Cutters [without Neville})
15. Never Be Anyone Else (Michael Cox, 2nd XI)
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