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Brian Rix presents: She's Done It Again!


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by Michael Pertwee with acknowledgments to Vernon Sylvaine and Guy Bolton
WHO put the cheese sandwich and the pornographic book in the Bishop's briefcase? ... WHAT drives the Rector to eat lemon meringue pie off the beautiful blonde's chest? ... WHY is the professor's daughter dragging a heavy gas cylinder from bedroom to bedroom? ... WHEN will the tax inspector spot which quin is the phoney? "Hilarious, delicious and delirious" (HAROLD HOBSON, Sunday Times)
A BBC outside broadcast, recorded at the Wimbledon Theatre
(Brian Rix, Leo Franklyn and Peter Bland are appearing in "Don't Just Lie There, Say Something" at the Garrick Theatre, London; Derek Royle in "Showboat" at the Royal Adelphi Theatre; Robert Dorning in "The Great Waltz" at Theatre Royal, Drury Lane)


Writer: Michael Pertwee
Acknowledgments: Vernon Sylvaine
Acknowledgments: Guy Bolton
Setting: Rhoda Gray
Director: Wallace Douglas
Freddy Gimble: Peter Bland
Pop: Leo Franklyn
Sylvia: Margaret Nolan
Rodney Percival: Robert Dorning
Hubert Porter: Brian Rix
Mary Porter: Sheila Hammond
'Whisper' Grogan: Leon Greene
Professor Hogg: Derek Royle
Ada Hogg: Hazel Douglas
Faith: Elaine Baillie
The Bishop: Anthony Sharp

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Brian Rix presents: She's Done It Again!

BBC One London, 26 December 1971 19.25

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