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The Lenny Henry Show


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Second of a six-part series starring written by ANDREW NICKOLDS and STAN HEY
Enterprise Zones
'This must be a mistake, right? Geezers getting money out of banks with no questions asked and no nylon tights over their heads! I'd better check this out. Not that Delbert Wilkins needs dosh, of course ... especially when it's Winston asking for it!' with TREVA ETIENNE
Camera supervisor JOHN DAILLEY Videotape editor MYKOLA PAWLUK Lighting GRAHAM RIMMINGTON Designer GRAHAM LOUGH Produced and directed by GEOFF POSNER


Written By: Andrew Nickolds
Written By: Stan Hey
Unknown: Delbert Wilkins
Unknown: Treva Etienne
Unknown: Philip Fox
Unknown: Mark Monero
Music: Joe Dworniak
Unknown: John Dailley
Editor: Mykola Pawluk
Unknown: Graham Rimmington
Designer: Graham Lough
Directed By: Geoff Posner
Delbert Wilkins: Lenny Henry
Claudette: Nimmy March
Winston: Vas Blackwood
Julie: Gina McKee
Alex: Michael Mears
Wazim: Naim Khan
Rose: Ellen Thomas
Lillie: Malcolm Rennie

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