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Three More Men in a Boat

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with Tim Rice Benny Green
Christopher Matthew Introducing Bonzo
In 1888 Jerome K. Jerome. Harris,
George and Montmorency the dog mi
Kingston to Oxford, and in 1889 Jerome published what has be. come one of the most successful books of all time: Three Men in a In 1982 Tim ' I could be writing a hit musical' Rice, Benny' I can't swim and I suspect people who can'
Green, and Christopher' Having rowed for my novice 8 at Oxford'
SaSBgSS out from Kingston in an original
19th-century three-man camping skiff to repeat the journey. To the strains of music by Martin Cook and lyrics by their own Tim Rice , the intrepid threesome rediscover the dubious pleasures of Victorian holiday-making.
Photography davib feig Sound RON KEIGHTLEY
Film editor TONY HEAVEN Director Richard DENTON

Contributors

Unknown: Tim Rice
Unknown: Benny Green
Unknown: Christopher Matthew
Unknown: Jerome K. Jerome.
Music By: Martin Cook
Unknown: Tim Rice
Unknown: Ron Keightley
Director: Richard Denton
the voice of Jerome: Ian Carmichael

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Three More Men in a Boat

BBC One London, 1 April 1983 21.15






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