Item 2010.003.01.18 - The Best of Tommy Ambrose [television special]

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The Best of Tommy Ambrose [television special]

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2010.003.01.18

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  • 1962 (Creation)

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1 Umatic video cassette

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(1926-2005)

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Tommy Ambrose starred in his own half-hour show of music, variety, dance, and comedy under the title "The Best Of Tommy Ambrose."

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No picture for first 30 minutes.

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Restricted due to format. Original records are not accessible/viewable using the equipment in the reading room.

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Clear 3/4 inch u-matic tape in black snap-lid case.

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Label adhered to exterior of case:
Retourner à/ Return to
Radio-Canada / CBC
Ce[obscured by sticker] étoscopique
[obscured] ntre
140 [obscured] Dorchester
Montreal 133, Qué.

Handwritten in pencil on this label:
#1-60
T Ambrose

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No picture first 30 mins.

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Written by: Stan Jacobson and Bernie Rothman
Produced by: Stan Harris and Bill Davis
Choreography: Glen Gibson
Conductor: Lucio Agostini
Musical arrangement: Rick Williams
U-matic

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