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- Alan Melville was a South African cricketer who played in 11 Tests from 1938 to 1949. He was born in Carnarvon, Northern Cape, South Africa and died at Sabie, Transvaal.
- Alan Melville was an English broadcaster, writer, actor, raconteur, producer, playwright and wit.
Alan Melville is a musical artist, record producer.
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by Stanley Green
lyrics by Nicholas Phipps, Alan Melville, John Jowett, ...
by T.J. Carty
Alan Melville ( Week-End at Thrackley; Myself. When Young; Gnomes and Gardens) CAWDELL, James Martin [1781–1842, Canadian journalist] Roseharp (in Fothergill's Weekly ...
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