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That's Showbusiness!- Movies Special


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As cinema reaches its 1 00th birthday, the popular entertainment panel game devotes an entire show to the movies in a titanic "Hollywood or Bust" battle.
Filmfansand actors Bryan Mosley
(Coronation Street's Alf Roberts ) and Paul O'Grady (alias Lily Savage) take the spotlight to test their knowledge of all things cinematic against Denise Welch , who plays Marsha Stubbs in Soldier, Soldier, and Neighbours star Bruce Samazan , who plays
Mark Gottlieb in the Australian soap opera. Producer Graham B Owens ; Director John Rooney


Unknown: Bryan Mosley
Unknown: Alf Roberts
Unknown: Paul O'Grady
Unknown: Denise Welch
Unknown: Marsha Stubbs
Unknown: Bruce Samazan
Unknown: Mark Gottlieb
Producer: Graham B Owens
Director: John Rooney

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That's Showbusiness!- Movies Special

BBC One London, 29 December 1995 20.00

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