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Frankie Vaughan visits Bideford
Frankie Vaughan visits Bideford

Frankie Vaughan visits Bideford 1976


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Frankie Vaughan visits Bideford 1976

1 mins United Kingdom

The famous singer and entertainer, Frankie Vaughan, surrounded by adoring fans, on a trip to the North Devon town of Bideford to open a new adventure playground at Pollyfield.

Frankie Vaughan had a lifelong career in entertainment as a singer and variety performer. He made many film and TV appearances and worked with Marilyn Monroe in the 1960s film "Let's Make Love". He is best remembered for his signature tune "Give me the Moonlight". He is also remembered for his charity work with youth groups.

The South West Film and Television Archive (SWFTA) is the regional film archive for the South West of England. Established in 1993, SWFTA's core collection comprises of the combined programme libraries of Westward Television and TSW (Television South West). The archive also cares for a significant number of donated film collections, both amateur and professional, dating back to the early 1900s.


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