MACE is looking more closely at two clips featuring Malcolm Vaughan today.
Malcolm Vaughan was a welsh singer (born in Abercynon in South Wales) and actor. He was born in 1929 and died in February this year. Mr Vaughan was known for his distinctive tenor voice and had a number of hits in the 1950s.
Alongside Kenneth Earle, who he met in 1963, Vaughan became the straight man in half of a comedy double act in variety theatre but he also recorded many popular ballads and had many hits in the late 1950s.
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Malcolm Vaughan signing autographs at the Newey’s electrical store and the thirtieth anniversary of the Crown Cinema at Ladywood in Birmingham.
At a branch of Newey’s we see the Welsh singer Malcolm Vaughan signing autographs. We then cut to the interior of the Crown Cinema at Ladywood where a an audience of children look on as a 30th anniversary cake is displayed.
Malcolm Vaughan and Kenneth Earle at Darlington Street Methodist Church in Wolverhampton.