Norman Shelley is "Pooh". Has a 5½ d. Melolico stamp which dates this release to around 1963. Matrix, Runout (Side 1 label): . 800. Matrix, Runout (Side 2 label): . 801. Other Versions (4 of 4) View All. Cat.
Genre: Non-Music, Children's. Arranged By – H. Fraser Simpson (tracks: Arranged By ). Directed By, Photography – Harley Usill. Engineer – Kevin Daly. Liner Notes – Lissa Demetriou. Producer – Martin Gates. Read By, Liner Notes – Norman Shelley. Voice Actor – David Davis (4).
Album's title: The Complete Stories From Winnie The Pooh. Voice Actor – David Davis. 3 record box set with booklet insert. An ARGO recording, released for its members in Australia by World Record Club. Australian WRC pressing, sourced from original stampers and featuring unique sleeve art. Also issued on cassette. Two versions exist - one with a beige cover, one with a green: unknown which was issued first. World Record Club: Registered Office - 605 Camberwell Road, Hartwell, Victoria, 3124.
Norman Shelley (16 February 1903 – 22 August 1980) was a British actor, best known for his work in radio, in particular for the BBC's Children's Hour. He also had a recurring role as Colonel Danby in the long-running radio soap opera The Archers. Perhaps Shelley's single best-known role was as Winnie-the-Pooh in Children's Hour adaptations of . Milne's stories; for many British people of the mid-20th century, his is the definitive voice of Pooh.
Read By, Liner Notes – Norman Shelley.
The Hums of Pooh (Winnie the Pooh). 1405207612 (ISBN13: 9781405207614). Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Michele Davis rated it it was amazing Dec 10, 2016. Kae rated it it was amazing Mar 31, 2017. Michaela rated it it was amazing Nov 05, 2014.
Norman Shelley was a British actor, well known for his work on the BBC's Children's hour.
Davis himself adapted . Milne's Winnie the Pooh, which entranced countless children over the years with Norman Shelley playing Pooh. At the outbreak of war Davis was seconded to the Fire Service in London, but soon joined the Children's Hour team, who were broadcasting from Bristol with Derek McCulloch (Uncle Mac), the Head of Children's Hour, as the chief presenter. He introduced the future Queen on her first broadcast on Children's Hour from Windsor Castle on 13 October 1940. William Eric Davis (David Davis), radio executive: born Malvern 27 June 1908; Head of Children's Hour, BBC 1953-61, Head of Children's Programmes (Sound) 1961-64; drama producer 1964-70; retired 1970; married 1935 Barbara de Riemer Sleigh (died 1982, one son, two daughters); died London 29 April 1996.
|A1||Sing Ho! For The Life Of A Bear|
|A2||I Could Spend A Happy Morning|
|A3||It's Very Very Funny|
|A4||Lines Written By A Bear Of Very Little Brain|
|B1||They All Went Off To Discover The Pole|
|B2||The More It Snows|
|B3||Three Cheers For Pooh|
- Record Company – The World Record Club Limited
NotesReissue of R 4. Issued again in October 1969 - pressing variations, if any, unknown.
|R 4||Norman Shelley With David Davis||Norman Shelley With David Davis - The Hums Of Pooh (7", EP, Mono, Club)||World Record Club, World Record Club||R 4||Australia||1957|
|R 4||Norman Shelley With David Davis||Norman Shelley With David Davis - The Hums Of Pooh (7", EP, Club)||World Record Club||R 4||UK||1963|
|R 4||Norman Shelley With David Davis||Norman Shelley With David Davis - The Hums Of Pooh (7", EP, Mono, Club, RE)||World Record Club||R 4||Australia||1966|
|ZCG 51||Norman Shelley With David Davis||Norman Shelley With David Davis - The Hums Of Pooh (7", EP, Mono, Club)||Children's Record Guild Of New Zealand, World Record Club||ZCG 51||New Zealand||Unknown|