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A new comedy series starring
DEREK NIMM0 and featuring
This week:
My Brother's Keeper with Geoffrey Hibbert
Patrick McAlinney , Edward Malin
Guest star
Written by David CLIMIE and AUSTIN Steele
Designed by Norman Vertigan
Produced by DUNCAN WOOD
Derek Nimmo Is appearing In Charlie Girl' at the Adelphl Theatre; Geoffrey Hibbert in The Boy Friend' at the Comedy Theatre: Patrick McAlinney in ' Hadrian the Seventh ' at the Mermaid Theatre: and Wilfrid Bratnbell In Cantertury Tales ' at the Phoenix Theatre. London
Brother Dominic gets involved in a series of unfortunate accidents, involving first the laundry, and then some eggs he was supposed to be sorting. This leads to a most regrettable encounter with an uninvited visitor to the priory.


Unknown: Derek Nimm0
Unknown: Felix Aylmer
Unknown: Colin Gordon
Unknown: Geoffrey Hibbert
Unknown: Patrick McAlinney
Unknown: Edward Malin
Written By: David Climie
Written By: Austin Steele
Music By: Mike Sammes
Designed By: Norman Vertigan
Produced By: Duncan Wood
Produced By: Derek Nimmo
Unknown: Geoffrey Hibbert
Unknown: Patrick McAlinney

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