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Tutti Frutti


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A series of six programmes by JOHN BYRNE 5: Love Hurts with While Danny is locked in the bowels of the earth with 'a bunch of Neanderthals' trying to hack an album out of a solid hunk of acetate, Suzi gets a house call from her dentist.... Vincent acquires a new set of wheels.
Musical director ZOOT MONEY Film editor JOHN MACDONNELL signer BOB SMART
Produced by ANDY PARK greeted by tony smith BBC Scotland
Book, E3.95 (paperback) and record or cassette REN/ZCN 629, from retailers


Unknown: John Byrne
Director: Zoot Money
Editor: John MacDonnell
Unknown: Bob Smart
Produced By: Andy Park
Danny McGlone: Robbie Coltrane
Vincent Diver: Maurice Roeves
Suzi Kettles: Emma Thompson
Eddie Clockerty: Richard Wilson
Bomba MacAteer: Stuart McGugan
*ud O'Donnell: Jake D'Arcy
Dennis Sproul: Ron Donachie
Janice Toner: Katy Murphy
Glenna McFadden: Fiona Chalmers
Noreen Diver: Anne Kidd
Stuart Gordon Inverarrity: David Dixon
Recording engineer: Patrick Doyle
Sheena Fisher: Annie Bruce
Cashier in garage: Stewart Porter
Dental receptionist: Sheila Greir-Smith
Ronnie: Greig Alexander
Ruby: Blythe Brockett
Dental patient: Nan Forsyth
Police clerk: Bill Denniston
The Inverbervies: Archie Duncan
The Inverbervies: John Carmichael
The Inverbervies: Isobel Hirst
The Inverbervies: Linda Thain
The Inverbervies: Gordon Young
The Saxophone Brothers: Bob Watson
The Saxophone Brothers: Bob Wishart

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