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The Best of Dick Emery

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
A second chance to see a few of the most popular items from his recent series starring Dick Emery Special guest Roy Kinnear featuring Derek Francis Erik Chitty , David Daker and Henry McGee with HAROLD GOODWIN , ROLAND MACLEOD
JENNY MCCRACKEN , NORMAN MITCHELL
LLEWELLYN REES , TONY SYMPSON and Brian Croucher , Stuart Fell Helen Keating , David Prowse Tommy Wright
Film sequence written by JOHN SINGER Sketches by BARRY CRYER , DAVE DUTTON
HAZEL BELL , PETER ROBINSON , HUGH STUCKEY Film cameraman BILL MATTHEWS Studio lighting DEREK HOBDAY
Studio sound MICHAEL MCCARTHY Designer NIGEL CURZON Producer HAROLD SNOAD

Contributors

Unknown: Dick Emery
Unknown: Roy Kinnear
Unknown: Derek Francis
Unknown: Erik Chitty
Unknown: David Daker
Unknown: Henry McGee
Unknown: Harold Goodwin
Unknown: Roland MacLeod
Unknown: Jenny McCracken
Unknown: Norman Mitchell
Unknown: Llewellyn Rees
Unknown: Tony Sympson
Unknown: Brian Croucher
Unknown: Stuart Fell
Unknown: Helen Keating
Unknown: David Prowse
Unknown: Tommy Wright
Written By: John Singer
Unknown: Barry Cryer
Unknown: Dave Dutton
Unknown: Hazel Bell
Unknown: Peter Robinson
Unknown: Hugh Stuckey
Unknown: Bill Matthews
Unknown: Derek Hobday
Unknown: Michael McCarthy
Designer: Nigel Curzon
Producer: Harold Snoad






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