ALEXANDER BROTHERS SHOW, the

Opening song from an Alexander Brothers Show in 1967 - ‘Back in Bonnie Scotland’. (clip - full length available onsite)

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Subjects:

  • Music

Genres:

  • Music
  • Television entertainment

Decade:

  • 1960s

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Title: ALEXANDER BROTHERS SHOW, the

Reference number: T0400

Date: 1967

Director: d. Clarke Tait

Producer: Liam Hood

Production company: Scottish Television

Sound: sound

Original format: 16mm

Colour: col

Fiction: non-fiction

Running time: 18.17 mins

Description: The Alexander Brothers, the two popular entertainers sing and play traditional and modern Scottish songs in the setting of the Isle of Arran in a programme produced in 1967.

See also refs. T0408 and 7523

Credits: m.p.c. Jack & Tom Alexander with: Maureen Gardiner, Julie Hamilton, Celia Hammond, Janis McIntosh, Pat Ramsay, Kay Rose, The Kay Gordon Singers & The George Keenan Orchestra.
Choreography Bruce McLure.
Musical Arrangements Peter Knight.
m.d. George Keenan.
designer Peter Alexander.
ph. Bill Scott.
sd. Jimmy Bulloch, Garry Coleman.
ed. Bill Robertson.

Shotlist: opening credits & opening song, superimposed over gvs hills (1.42) shots on board fishing boat, brief shot of net-mending & Alexander Brothers sing (4.42) They sing "Rowan Tree" in the grounds of Brodick Castle, Arran (7.30) Dancers seen dancing to accordion music of Tom Alexander in garden of Brodick castle? (9.37) "For These Are My Mountains" sung in scenic surroundings (12.39) "The Dark Isle" - accordion only - played on shore (15.12) "Come Along, Come Along" sung while on pony-trek (16.57) ecs (18.17)