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Michael Barrymore's Saturday Night Out


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Starring Michael Barrymore, Ken Dodd, Martin P. Daniels, Gorden Kaye, Su Pollard, Micky Zany featuring the Bluebell Girls

Paris is the destination for the Bluebells, but Michael needs Gorden Kaye to translate. Martin P. Daniels gives a lesson in magic. And Ken Dodd, Su Pollard and Micky Zany add to the music and laughter.
(Ceefax subtitles)


Presenter/Comedian: Michael Barrymore
Comediam: Ken Dodd
Magician: Martin P. Daniels
Guest: Gorden Kaye
Singer: Su Pollard
Comedian: Micky Zany
Writer/Programme Associate: Geoff Atkinson
Writer: Kim Fuller
Writer: Michael Barrymore
Choreographed and staged by: Jeff Richer
Musical Director: Don Hunt
Costume Designer: Lynda Woodfield
Sound Supervisor: John Caulfield
Lighting Director: Stan Snape
Designer: Richard Morris
Producer/Director: Kevin Bishop

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Michael Barrymore's Saturday Night Out

BBC One London, 6 August 1988 19.25

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