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An Hour with Ian Carmichael


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Bachelor Father starring Ian Carmichael
Suggested by the life-story of PETER LLOYD JEFFCOCK
A Man's Man About the House with Joan Hickson, Donald Morley.
The children persuade Peter to enter for a local cake-baking competition.
Signature music by ERIC ROGERS
Incidental music by DENNIS WILSON Designer ROGER LIMINTON Producer GRAEME MUIR ‡ and Ian Carmichael's Cinema
Ian Carmichael talks to MICHAEL ASPEL about his career, on playing Bertie Wooster again and how a painting helped him obtain his first top film role.
He also chooses scenes from five film musicals including a memorable performance by Maurice Chevalier and an exhilarating dance by Fred Astaire.


Unknown: Bachelor Father
Unknown: Ian Carmichael
Written By: Richard Waring
Unknown: Peter Lloyd Jeffcock
Unknown: Joan Hickson
Unknown: Donald Morley
Music By: Eric Rogers
Music By: Dennis Wilson
Designer: Roger Liminton
Producer: Graeme Muir
Talks: Ian Carmichael
Unknown: Michael Aspel
Unknown: Maurice Chevalier
Unknown: Fred Astaire.
Designer: Kenneth Lawson
Director: Peggy Walker
Producer: John Buttery

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An Hour with Ian Carmichael

BBC One London, 1 September 1971 22.35

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