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The Krankies' Elektronik Komik

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starring Ian and Janette - The Krankies featuring The Great Soprendo and Belouis Some
It's the Komik of the airwaves again! Zoom along with Ian and Jimmy to the toy hospital! Go 'Ker-Plat!' when Belouis
Some arrives with super-pop! It's 'Woww-ee!' time with the Great Soprendo's magic and 'Ooo-er!' time with The Adventures of Jimmy Burgermac. Everything's proper dinkum when the Krankie family take a trip to Australia to meet their
Uncle Bruce. Fandabidozi! Written by BRYAN BLACKBURN RUSSEL LANE. BRIAN MARSHALL
Script associate BRIAN MARSHALL Musical director BARRY FRANCIS Sound KEITH BOWDEN , BOB FOLEY Lighting director ROD LITHERLAND Designer KATHY ATTY
Produced and directed by PAUL CIANI

Contributors

Written By: Bryan Blackburn
Written By: Russel Lane.
Unknown: Brian Marshall
Director: Barry Francis
Director: Sound Keith Bowden
Director: Bob Foley
Designer: Kathy Atty
Directed By: Paul Ciani

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The Krankies' Elektronik Komik

BBC One London, 1 August 1987 17.35






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