TOGETHER AGAIN: TOGETHER AGAIN[19/04/57]
Comedy, music and dance performance featuring Bud Flanagan and Chesney Allen. "JACK HYLTON PRESENTS" "FLANAGAN AND ALLEN" "TOGETHER AGAIN" (17). Flanagan and Allen walk from the back of the stage to the front while the names of some of the great theatres they have played in appear above them (59). Blank screen, with sound of the audience clapping (74). In front of the stage curtain, Bud reads some fan letters they received after the first show, the phone rings for Bud, Ches accuses Bud of stealing his watch, and Bud accuses Ches of stealing his £2 (374). Fade to black with applause (377). A dance sequence set at the races, the girls are wearing flowing summer dresses and hats (550). A comedy sketch with Ches as a turf adviser and Bud as a punter (989). They end the sketch by singing "Hey, Neighbour", joined by a male chorus (1148). "END OF PART ONE" with applause (1159). "PART TWO" (1169). A female tramp wakes up other female tramps on the embankment and they do a dance routine to "So Tired" (instrumental) (1391). Bud and Ches appear as two tramps, and they do a routine where they speak to various imaginary people (1750). They reminice about "Underneath The Arches", Bud says he wrote it in Derby in 1927 and they first performed it the following week at the Pier Pavillion, Southport (1801). They sing the song (1922). Fade to black with applause (1932). A man dressed as William Shakespeare appears and introduces Flanagan and Allen for the scrapbook sequence (1974). In front of the stage curtains, they talk about the scrapbook (1999), then sing "Down Every Street" (2099). Bud introduces "Run Rabbit Run", the curtains open and as they sing the song the women dance dressed in shooting outfits (2247) (includes an inserted sequence of four soldiers in battledress singing "Run Adolf Run" (2184-2215)). The curtains close and Flanagan and Allen sing "Au Revoir" and say goodbye (2337). "SCRAPBOOK" (2348). End credits (2410ft).