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The Les Dennis Laughter Show


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starring Les Dennis Special guest star Joe Longthorne with Jim Bowen
Featuring Mark Walker
Lisa Maxwell , Bella Emberg Also appearing MARK HEAP JEFFREY HOLLAND
JOHN JUNKIN , MARK SABAN and the JEFF RICHER DANCERS A thriller film serial, The Twenty-Nine Steps, begins starring Les as Richard Pranny , a hero whose name is the least of his problems. Frank Bough has a rough time on Holiday 88 and Joe sings a medley of rock hits. Finally, a visit to 'Chez Bullseye' for a unique glimpse inside the Jim Bowen household.
Written by PAUL MINETT.
Musical director ERNIE DUNSTALL Choreographer JEFF RICHER
Sound supervisor DAVID THOMPSON Lighting director BILL MILLAR Designer MARTIN METHVEN Directed by MICHAEL LEGGO Produced by JOHN BISHOP
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Unknown: Joe Longthorne
Unknown: Jim Bowen
Unknown: Mark Walker
Unknown: Lisa Maxwell
Unknown: Bella Emberg
Unknown: Mark Heap
Unknown: Jeffrey Holland
Unknown: John Junkin
Unknown: Mark Saban
Dancers: Jeff Richer
Unknown: Richard Pranny
Unknown: Frank Bough
Unknown: Jim Bowen
Written By: Paul Minett.
Written By: Brian Leveson.
Written By: Neil Shand.
Unknown: Russel Lane
Unknown: Russel Lane
Director: Ernie Dunstall
Director: Choreographer Jeff Richer
Unknown: David Thompson
Director: Bill Millar
Designer: Martin Methven
Directed By: Michael Leggo
Produced By: John Bishop

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The Les Dennis Laughter Show

BBC One London, 28 May 1988 19.35

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