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The Dick Emery Show


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returns with the first of four programmes giving another opportunity to see some of the most popular shows from the last series. Starring Dick Emery
Special guests Roy Kinnear Francis Matthews and featuring
DAMARIS HAYMAN , BERNARD HOLLEY VIVIENNE JOHNSON , JOHN F. LANDRY and Shirley Allan , Adam Armstrong Alan Cullen , Robert East Jon lies, Victor Langley
Bernadette Milnes , John Owens Frederick Radley , Sharon Wells
Film sequences written by JOHN SINGER Sketches by PETER ROBINSON and HUGH STUCKEY
Film cameraman BILL MATTHEWS Producer HAROLD SNOAD


Unknown: Dick Emery
Unknown: Roy Kinnear
Unknown: Francis Matthews
Unknown: Christopher Biggins
Unknown: Sam Kellt
Unknown: Derek Francis
Unknown: With Thomas Baptiste
Unknown: Damaris Hayman
Unknown: Bernard Holley
Unknown: Vivienne Johnson
Unknown: John F. Landry
Unknown: Shirley Allan
Unknown: Adam Armstrong
Unknown: Alan Cullen
Unknown: Robert East
Unknown: Victor Langley
Unknown: Bernadette Milnes
Unknown: John Owens
Unknown: Frederick Radley
Written By: John Singer
Unknown: Peter Robinson
Unknown: Hugh Stuckey
Unknown: Bill Matthews
Producer: Harold Snoad

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The Dick Emery Show

BBC One London, 3 May 1978 21.35

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