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The Classic BBC Panto Collection: Puss In Boots, Aladdin, Mother Goose, Dick Whittington & Sleeping Beauty

Five Live Full-Cast Panto Productions
Length: 4 hrs and 46 mins
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Summary

Five delightful pantomimes featuring musical numbers, silly jokes and fun for all the family!

In Puss in Boots, young Tom dreams of winning the heart of Princess Rose Petal. Can Puss in Boots help Tom defeat Baron Skinflint and his greedy ogre and win the princess’ heart?

Aladdin is a happy peasant boy. But the wicked Abanazar needs his help, as only Aladdin can enter the secret cave to find a very special lamp.... 

In Mother Goose, Jack and Jill are in love and want to get married. Will their wish come true, thanks to a magical goose which lays golden eggs? 

Dick Whittington has come to London to seek his fortune. It seems his luck is changing - until the evil King Rat threatens everything… 

In Sleeping Beauty, the christening of Princess Rosebud is interrupted by the Wicked Fairy Carabosse, who gives the baby a terrible gift. If Rosebud pricks her finger and spills a drop of blood, she will fall into a deep sleep…

With stellar casts including Terry Wogan, Maureen Lipman, Anita Harris, June Whitfield, Kenneth Connor and Frank Thornton.

Everyone loves a traditional Christmas pantomime, and with this classic BBC Radio collection you can enjoy the festive fun whenever you wish. With rousing songs, corny jokes and the obligatory Widow Twankey, it’s perfect entertainment for all the family. Oh, yes it is!

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There is nothing like a dame.

I have just listened to all five pantos and all are very well written and produced. There are very catchy songs, a smattering of cheeky jokes and each show is a joy to listen to. Some younger listeners will not know the actors or the people referred to in the jokes, but it shouldn't make them any less enjoyable. If you like visiting the panto with your family you'll enjoy sharing this too.

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pantomime fun

stars of 70/80 s or in Arthur Askey case 40s 50 60s. very funny eve Terry Wogan turns up with Jimmy Young.