Monday, April 20, 2009

Lunedi Lunacy

Wilson, Keppel & Betty were a popular act in British Music Halls between the two great wars and often featured in Wartime Cabaret. Their best known number was "The Sand Dance." Minus Betty the boys had a lark guying the Egyptomania brought on by the discovery of Tut's tomb.




20 aprile - Santa Sara di Antiochia

3 comments:

yellowdog granny said...

that cracked me up

Anonymous said...

I kept thinking what skinny legs they had for dancers --- and how "British" they looked.

CP

Sling said...

Now THAT'S entertainment!