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There's a Lot of it About

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starring Spike Milligan
John Bluthal , Keith Smith with David Adams
Suzanne Sinclair , David Rappaport Alan Clare , Mike O'Malley
JEANETTE CHARLES , EVAN ROSS
VAL PENNY, SUSAN JACK and special guest appearances of Raymond Baxter , David Jacobs
Tonight SPIKE MILLIGAN will be talking frankly to four ravishingly beautiful women - a nude model, a stripper, a rugby supporter and a bus conductress - about their attitudes to the opposite sex in this permissive society, and asking the question ' Does age matter? '
He will definitely not be watching this programme which is not half as interesting.
Written by SPIKE MILLIGAN , NEIL SHAND ANDREW MARSHALL , DAVID RENWICK Designers
ANDREE WELSTEAD HORNBY , CHRIS HULL
Produced and directed by ALAN j. w. BELL

Contributors

Unknown: Spike Milligan
Unknown: John Bluthal
Unknown: Keith Smith
Unknown: David Adams
Unknown: Suzanne Sinclair
Unknown: David Rappaport
Unknown: Alan Clare
Unknown: Mike O'Malley
Unknown: Jeanette Charles
Unknown: Evan Ross
Unknown: Susan Jack
Unknown: Raymond Baxter
Unknown: David Jacobs
Unknown: Tonight Spike Milligan
Written By: Spike Milligan
Written By: Neil Shand
Written By: Andrew Marshall
Written By: David Renwick
Unknown: Andree Welstead Hornby
Unknown: Chris Hull
Directed By: Alan J.

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