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Frankie Howerd in Whoops Baghdad

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Written by SID COLIN
With DAVID MCKELLAR , DAVID NOBBS withand
The Caliph wants a concubine; but one of Ali's charges is in line ...
From an Idea by DENNIS HEYMER Music EDWIN ASTLEY
Costume SALLY NIEPER Make-up PENNY NORTON Lighting BILL MILLAR Sound JACK SUDIC Designer
TONY SNOADEN
Producer JOHN HOWARD DAVIES

Contributors

Written By: Sid Colin
Written By: With David McKellar
Written By: David Nobbs
Unknown: Dennis Heymer
Music: Edwin Astley
Unknown: Sally Nieper
Unknown: Penny Norton
Unknown: Bill Millar
Unknown: Jack Sudic
Unknown: Tony Snoaden
Producer: John Howard Davies
the Caliph: Bill Fraser
Charisma: June Whitfield
the Wazir: Derek Francis
Captain of the Guard: Alan Curtis
Saccharine: Hilary Pritchard
Boobiana: Anna Brett
Derti Dhoti: Larry Martyn
Sailor: Milton Reid
Hairdresser: George Ballantine
First Lady: Cherri Gilham

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Frankie Howerd in Whoops Baghdad

BBC One London, 1 March 1973 22.00






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