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Episode of Oh Boy! on 16mm film discovered, to be screened at BFI, London

Saturday, 27 May 2017 13:16

Episode of Oh Boy! on 16mm film discovered, to be screened at BFI, London

Chris Perry of Kaleidoscope, the company who specialise in lost TV shows, has recently announced the discovery of an episode of Oh Boy! on 16mm film.

This is important news for Barry fans as it features a performance of "Farrago" by the John Barry Seven, and, as such, is their earliest TV appearance known to exist on film.

It also features the TV debuts of three members who had recently joined the group: Dougie Wright, Dennis King & Vic Flick.

Full details are:

Saturday 15th November 1958

'OH BOY!' SHOW # 10 (compèred by Tony Hall)

RESIDENT WEEKLY BAND & PERFORMERS:
Lord Rockingham's XI, Red Price, Cherry Wainer, The Vernons Girls, The Dallas Boys, Neville Taylor & The Cutters

THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL GUESTS:
Cliff Richard & The Drifters
Cuddly Dudley
The John Barry Seven
Pat Lawrence
Peter Elliott

RUNNING ORDER

1. ROSALIE/TV HOP (Cliff Richard & 2 Vernons Girls)
2. FARRAGO (John Barry Seven)
3. MARGARET (Neville Taylor & Cutters)
4. DING DONG (Vernons Girls)
5. BETTY LOU GOT NEW A PAIR OF SHOES (Cuddly Dudley)
6. MR LEE (Pat Lawrence)
7. DRUNKEN SAILOR (Dallas Boys)
8. BLUE CHA-CHA (Cherry Wainer)
9. HIGH CLASS BABY (Cliff Richard & The Drifters)
10.WHO ARE THEY TO SAY (Three Vernons Girls)
11.PROMISE ME LOVE (Peter Elliott)
12.WEEKEND (Red Price Solo)
13.REX ROCKS (Extended Version) (Lord Rockingham's XI)

The show will be screened on Saturday 22nd July 2017, at BFI South Bank, London. Tickets will be on sale 6th June from BFI.

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