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Johnny De Little appeared in pantomimes

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Johnny De Little, a talented vocalist much associated with John Barry in the 60s, appeared in several pantomimes during that era. 

In particularly he often appeared at the Swansea Grand Theatre. 

Here are a couple of photos from when he was Dick Whittington there in 1967/8.

Johnny is still singing and can next be seen appearing in Silver Bells Christmas Show at the Phoenix Theatre, Blyth, Northumberland, on 14/15 December, 2010.

In the group photo below, Johnny can be seen centre left, in the brocade tunic.


Johnny De Little - Dick Whittington

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