Bing Crosby returns to his Irish roots, visiting Dublin sights and crooning Irish ballads that he made famous. Popular Irish singers, actors, dancers and musicians perform contemporary and traditional songs and poems as well.

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The Ludlows ...
Themselves - Folk Singers
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Bernadette Greevy ...
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John McNally ...
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Alma Carroll ...
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The Young Dublin Singers ...
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Dermot O'Brien and His Club Men ...
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Kelley ...
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The Guinness Choir ...
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Herself (as Kathryn Crosby)
R.T.E. Concert Orchestra ...
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Bing Crosby returns to his Irish roots, visiting Dublin sights and crooning Irish ballads that he made famous. Popular Irish singers, actors, dancers and musicians perform contemporary and traditional songs and poems as well.

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Bing Crosby: I suppose all great cities have their personalities - some more unique, more distinctive than others. Clear examples in America would be, well, New York, San Francisco, New Orleans... In Ireland, surely it's Dublin. And not because it's the biggest, but because of some curious charisma, some accidental mixture of gossip and bicycles and rain and sparkling sunshine. O'Connell Street here with its buses, the River Liffey, priests, the people, Trinity College, but most of all because ...
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