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To complement the Arena documentary series on PeterSellers, tonight's programme offers a chance to see the comedian making a guest appearance in the comedy starring Eric Sykes Hattie Jacques
Stranger. Eric and Hattie are visited by a stranger (played by Peter Sellers ), who has returned to honour a childhood promise and is determined to marry Hattie. He also has a habit of throwing Eric around the room, so a plot is hatched to get rid of him.
With Deryck Guyler , Joan Young , Frank Gatliff , Mary Millerand Cheryl Hall. Written by Eric Sykes
Producer Roger Race ; Executive producer
Dennis MainWilson


Unknown: Eric Sykes
Unknown: Hattie Jacques
Unknown: Stranger. Eric
Played By: Peter Sellers
Unknown: Deryck Guyler
Unknown: Joan Young
Unknown: Frank Gatliff
Unknown: Mary Millerand
Written By: Eric Sykes
Producer: Roger Race
Producer: Dennis Mainwilson

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