Jim Dale

Saturday, April 27, 1985

Lloyd Moss talks to English comedian, actor, and composer Jim Dale. He talks about his earlier career as a singer and songwriter. They mention the theme song "Georgy Girl" for which Dale wrote the lyrics. He talks about his work in the theater, particularly his roles in Scapino and in Joe Egg. Dale discusses the musical selections he chose.

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