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It's a Charity Knockout


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From Walt Disney World Resort. In this special version of It's a Knockout Stuart Hall introduces three teams from Australia, Great Britain and the USA who compete over a course of crazy games to raise money for Children in Need. Join Mickey, Donald, Goofy and friends in the wonderful setting of the Magic Kingdom and Epcot Centre with their special guests, who include: Jenny Agutter, Joe Bugner, Bernie Clifton, Annabel Croft, Eddie 'The Eagle' Edwards, The Fat Boys, Gil Gerard, Evonne Goolagong, David Gower, Rolf Harris, Lloyd Honeyghan, George Lazenby, Meatloaf, Richard Roundtree, Toyah, and from the Harlem Globetrotters, referee Curly Neal.
Assistant producer JEM KIME
Games designer and deviser STUART FURBER
Executive producer ALAN WALSH for BBC North West


Hosted By: Stuart Hall
Guest: Jenny Agutter
Guest: Joe Bugner
Guest: Annabel Croft
Guest: Gil Gerard
Guest: Evonne Goolagong.
Guest: David Gower
Guest: Rolf Harris
Guest: Lloyd Honeyghan
Guest: George Lazenby
Guest: null Meatloaf
Guest: Richard Roundtree
Guest: Curly Neal.
Guest: null Toyah

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It's a Charity Knockout

BBC One London, 25 December 1988 12.05

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