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The Best of Dick Emery

Synopsis

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A selection of some of the most popular items from the last series starring Dick Emery with special guests
Roy Kinnear and Lee Montague and featuring
Tim Barrett , Derek Francis
With ROBERT CAWDRON , CARMEL CRYAN
JERRY HARTE , HELEN HORTON
ROLAND MACLEOD , CONRAD PHILLIPS STUART SHERWIN and Janet Davies , Marguerite Hardiman Marion MacLeod , Elizabeth Morgan Barbara Rosenblat , Gordon Salkilld
Film sequence written by JOHN AND STEVEN SINGER
Sketches by BARRY CRYER , COLIN BROWN Additional material by GRAHAM DEYKIN TOM MAGEE-ENGLEFIELD , ERIC MERRIMAN GAVIN OSBON, KENNETH ROCK Produced bv HAROLD SNOAD

Contributors

Unknown: Dick Emery
Unknown: Roy Kinnear
Unknown: Lee Montague
Unknown: Tim Barrett
Unknown: Derek Francis
Unknown: With Robert Cawdron
Unknown: Carmel Cryan
Unknown: Jerry Harte
Unknown: Helen Horton
Unknown: Roland MacLeod
Unknown: Conrad Phillips
Unknown: Stuart Sherwin
Unknown: Janet Davies
Unknown: Marguerite Hardiman
Unknown: Marion MacLeod
Unknown: Elizabeth Morgan
Unknown: Barbara Rosenblat
Unknown: Gordon Salkilld
Unknown: Barry Cryer
Unknown: Colin Brown
Unknown: Graham Deykin
Unknown: Tom Magee-Englefield
Unknown: Eric Merriman
Unknown: Harold Snoad

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The Best of Dick Emery

BBC One London, 31 August 1981 21.30






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