Come Spy With Me

Album: Come Spy With Me (1966)


  • Not to be confused with any American film of the same name, the comedy musical Come Spy With Me (and all the numbers therein) was written by Bryan Blackburn. Featuring female impersonator Danny La Rue in the lead and also starring Barbara Windsor, it opened at the Whitehall Theatre, London, on May 26, 1966.

    Running to 3 minutes 2 seconds, the uptempo title song is the second number and is sung by Gary Miller as Agent V.0.3, and the girls. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England


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