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Hope and Keen's Crazy Bus


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Mike Hope and Albie Keen in Now We're On the Track by MIKE CRAIG and LAWRIE KINSLEY with PETER GOODWRIGHT as Crumble
UNA MCLEAN as Jessie McPherson RUTH KETTLEWELL as Mrs Grapple DAVE HATTON as ' The Shadow ' and music by ALASTAIR MCDONALD 'S BAMSTICKS
The trail for Uncle Ebenezer's treasure leads our heroes to the National Sports Centre at Crystal Palace. In spite of being pursued, as ever, by the mysterious Shadow, they manage to find further clues by posing as athletes.
Producer PAUL CIANI. BBC Scotland


Unknown: Mike Hope
Unknown: Albie Keen
Unknown: Mike Craig
Unknown: Lawrie Kinsley
Unknown: Peter Goodwright
Unknown: Jessie McPherson
Unknown: Ruth Kettlewell
Unknown: Mrs Grapple
Unknown: Dave Hatton
Music By: Alastair McDonald
Designer: Walter Miller
Producer: Paul Ciani.

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Hope and Keen's Crazy Bus

BBC One London, 5 September 1973 17.20

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