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The Sunday Gang

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Attention younger viewers:
Suddenly there it was, a gang-shed studio-type place where anything can happen and often does. Then before you could say Mackintosh Mouse , there was J. D. BOFF , TEENA and DODO calling themselves The Sunday Gang and doing the most extraordinary things. BOB WILSON-the famous goalkeeper - is the guest on the first show. ' It's a smashing world God's given us,' they said, ' let's explore ...'
With JOHN DRYDEN , TINA HEATH JILL SHAKESPEARE , GLEN STUART
Script FRANK CHARLES. Music DAVE COOKI Designer PETER BRACIIACKI
Studio director DAVID BROWN Producer NORMAN STONE
Executive producer R. T. BROOKS

Contributors

Unknown: MacKintosh Mouse
Unknown: J. D. Boff
Unknown: John Dryden
Unknown: Tina Heath
Unknown: Jill Shakespeare
Unknown: Glen Stuart
Script: Frank Charles.
Music: Dave Cooki
Designer: Peter Braciiacki
Director: David Brown
Producer: Norman Stone
Producer: R. T. Brooks

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