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Joe Howard presents The Winter Edition of "ZANZIBARABIAN NIGHTS"

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PROGRAM
(IN THE ORDER OF APPEARANCE)
Your Host - Pee Wee Marquette
OVERTURE:
LOUIS ARMSTRONG & ORCHESTRA
in a medley of Zanzibar song hits

"WEST SIDE OF TOWN"
BILL ROBINSON and THE ZANZIBEAUTS
Words and Music by BENNY DAVIS and TED MURRY

LOUIS "SATCHMO" ARMSTRONG
His Trumpet - His Orchestra
and His Vocalist

Velma Middleton

MAURICE ROCCO
"Rockin' With Rocco"

PETERS SISTERS
"A Ton of Harmony and Rhythm"

"DOIN' THE ZANZIBAR"
Buell Thomas - Leon LaMorie
and The ZANZIBEAUTS
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THE STAFF
Talent Supervisor - WILLIAM KENT
Production under Direction of CLARENCE ROBINSON
Words and Music by BENNY DAVIS and TED MURRY
Musical Director - LOUIS ARMSTRONG
Costumes by MADAME BERTHA

NICHOLAS BROTHERS
Dancing Stars of Stage and Screen

DELTA RHYTHM BOYS
"Quintessence of Quintets"

BILL "BOJANGLES" ROBINSON
"America's Most Beloved Dancing Star"

FINALE:
"ONE HUNDRED MILLION STARS
IN THE STAR SPANGLED BANNER"
with The Entire Company

FOR DANCING:
LOUIS ARMSTRONG and HIS ORCHESTRA
CLAUDE HOPKINS and HIS ORCHESTRA
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