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This is Tom Jones : Christmas

Author: Tom JonesJudy CollinsDavid FryeElla FitzgeraldRudolf NureyevAll authors
Publisher: [New York] : Time Life, ©2007.
Series: Rudolf Nureyev Collection.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : English
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Highlights from these two Christmas themed shows include Ella Fitzgerald singing Good morning blues, Judy Collins singing Chelsea morning, and Rudolf Nureyev and Merle Park dancing the adagio from the Act II grand pas de deux from The nutcracker.
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Genre/Form: Variety shows (Television programs)
Christmas television programs
Variety
Dance
Video
Named Person: Rudolf Nureyev; Merle Park; Tom Jones; Ella Fitzgerald; Big Jim Sullivan
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Tom Jones; Judy Collins; David Frye; Ella Fitzgerald; Rudolf Nureyev; Merle Park; Big Jim Sullivan; Treorchy Male Voice Choir.; Associated Television Corporation.; Independent Television Corporation.; Time Life.
OCLC Number: 182537154
Credits: Produced and directed by Philip Casson and Jon Scoffield ; written by Tom Waldman, Frank Waldman, Ronnie Cass, Donald Ross ; choreography, Norman Maen ; musical direction, Johnnie Spence.
Performer(s): Host/singer: Tom Jones ; with guest performers Judy Collins, David Frye, Millicent Martin, the Treorchy Male Choir, Ella Fitzgerald, Rudolf Nureyev and Merle Park, Big Jim Sullivan, and The Ace Trucking Company (Patti Deutsch, Michael Mislove, Bill Saluga, George Terry, Fred Willard).
Event notes: Originally broadcast on television on December 25, 1969 and December 25, 1970.
Description: 1 videodisc (82 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD; NTSC.
Series Title: Rudolf Nureyev Collection.
Other Titles: This is Tom Jones (Television program)
Responsibility: an ATV colour production for ITC.

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Highlights from these two Christmas themed shows include Ella Fitzgerald singing Good morning blues, Judy Collins singing Chelsea morning, and Rudolf Nureyev and Merle Park dancing the adagio from the Act II grand pas de deux from The nutcracker.

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