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The Railway Carriage Game


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starring Lennie Bennett Stan Boardman
The sparkling celebrity laughter show where the stars, armed with secret phrases, pit their wits against each other. Guests this week:
Cheryl Baker , Faith
Brown Lance Percival , Gary Wilmot Devised and presented by Gyles Brandreth
The journeys this week include a one-way ticket to jail for Stan, while Faith and Cheryl travel to a beauty competition and Gary heads for the seaside. Designer SHIRLEY MILLER Director JOHN ROONEY


Unknown: Lennie Bennett
Unknown: Stan Boardman
Unknown: Cheryl Baker
Unknown: Brown Lance Percival
Unknown: Gary Wilmot
Presented By: Gyles Brandreth
Designer: Shirley Miller
Director: John Rooney
Producer: Peter Ridsdale

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The Railway Carriage Game

BBC One London, 6 February 1985 17.30

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