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Les Dennis's Laughter Show

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starring Les Dennis special guest star Joe Longthome featuring Martin P. Daniels with Lisa Maxwell guest comics The 2 Marks and the Jeff Richer Dancers also appearing BELLA EMBERG More hilarious frolics as Les shows off his great versatility in another fun-packed show. Les and Joe wreak havoc in a home for retired game show hosts and Les goes back to his childhood in One Man and His Wife.
Written by NEIL SHAND
DENNIS BERSON. NICK WILTON AND JAMIE RIX. PAUL MINETT AND BRIAN LEVESON Script associates
NEIL SHAND. RUSSEL LANE
Musical director ALYN AINSWORTH Choreographer JEFF RICHER
Sound supervisor LAURIE TAYLOR Lighting director BILL MILLAR Designer JIM GRANT
Directed by MICHAEL LEGGO Produced by JOHN BISHOP
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Contributors

Unknown: Les Dennis
Unknown: Joe Longthome
Unknown: Martin P. Daniels
Unknown: Lisa Maxwell
Unknown: Jeff Richer Dancers
Written By: Neil Shand
Written By: Dennis Berson.
Written By: Nick Wilton
Written By: Jamie Rix.
Unknown: Paul Minett
Unknown: Brian Leveson
Unknown: Neil Shand.
Unknown: Laurie Taylor
Director: Bill Millar
Designer: Jim Grant
Directed By: Michael Leggo
Produced By: John Bishop

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Les Dennis's Laughter Show

BBC One London, 20 June 1987 18.25






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