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[ATV Today: 01.03.1976: Dolly Allen, Black Country comedienne]

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Date 1976
Duration 00:07:56
Film type Colour / Sound
Production Professional
Genre Television News
Company ATV
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Summary Peter Green report on the success of Dolly Allen's act in the Cradley Heath pubs and clubs.
Description We see Dolly Allen shopping in Cradley Heath market and at home followed by a sequence of her performing her stand up comedy act in a pub. Peter Green talks to Black Country poet Harry Harrison, about his professional association with Dolly Allen and also to Dolly about her act and her distinctive hat with its turkey feather.
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