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The Krankies' Elektronik Komik

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starring Ian and Janette - The Krankies and featuring
The Great Soprendo and Elkie Brooks with Janet Allen Gregory Cox
Maureen Howden Brian Marshall
Tune in to the Komik of the airwaves for fandabidozi fun with Ian and Jimmy. This week Ian stages a production of Hamlet - but with Jimmy in charge of the effects, things are bound to go wrong. Not so with the Great
Soprendo who brings some more amazing and faultless magic. There's also the singing magic of Elkie Brooks, another thrilling instalment of The Adventures of Jimmy Burgermac and the Krankie Family go whizzing through space to the Planet of Time and meet Doctor Why. Written by BRYAN BLACKBURN RUSSEL LANE , BRIAN MARSHALL
Script associate BRIAN MARSHALL Musical director BARRY FRANCIS Sound BOB FOLEY ,NEIL SADWICK
Lighting directorROD LITHERLAND DesignerKATHY ATTY
Produced and directed by PAUL CIANI

Contributors

Unknown: Elkie Brooks
Unknown: Janet Allen
Unknown: Gregory Cox
Unknown: Maureen Howden
Unknown: Brian Marshall
Unknown: Jimmy Burgermac
Written By: Bryan Blackburn
Written By: Russel Lane
Written By: Brian Marshall
Unknown: Brian Marshall
Director: Barry Francis
Unknown: Bob Foley
Unknown: Neil Sadwick
Director: Rod Litherland
Designer: Kathy Atty
Directed By: Paul Ciani

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The Krankies' Elektronik Komik

BBC One London, 15 August 1987 17.30






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