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ProductionEdit

Episode: 10
Date: November 24, 1971
Time: 50:22
Musical Director:
Vocals: The Ladybirds
Choreography:
Producer: David Bell
Director: David Bell
Writer: Benny Hill

EpisodeEdit

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International Blooper

HighlightsEdit

  • New England 1635
  • S.S. Rump
  • Fun in the Kitchen
  • The Movie Shakers

CastEdit

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QuotesEdit

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  • Mistress Mary - "Could you see me or my sister running through the forest with a bear behind?"

  • Andree Melly - "I just stopped by to have a little social intercourse."

  • Merwyn Cruddy - "There were witches there. Not just lady witches, but male witches too!"
    Andree Melly - "Warlocks."
    Merwyn Cruddy - "It's true I tell you! They said they wanted to sacrifice a 21-year old virgin, and they all started looking at me."
    Andree Melly - "And what steps did you take?"
    Merwyn Cruddy - "Bloody long ones!"


  • Chow Mein - "If you can't see it or smell it, we don't have it."


  • Andree Melly - "Before you became the big star you are today, you had your nose altered by a very popular plastic surgeon. How did that come about?"
    Merwyn Cruddy - "He caught me kissing his wife."

  • Miss Abigail - "Oh, Gaylord, I'm so proud of you. You've been out at the front, fightin' for peace."
    Gaylord - "Well, now I'm home, I want for a piece of what I've been fightin' for!"


  • Gaylord - "Tell me, Miss Abigail, how's the old Reverend gentleman."
    Miss Abigail - "He's a cannon now, Gaylord."
    Gaylord - "A cannon? Well, I'll be a son of a gun!"

TriviaEdit

  • First appearance of Henry McGee as a regular performer in the series.
  • This is the first time Henry McGee does the introduction.
  • The beautiful young girls coming from the hotel elevator opener are Bettine Le Beau and Marilyn Rickard.
  • The Movie Shakers is a parody of "The Movie Makers," a recurring series of interviews with major filmmakers and actors at the National Film Theatre that aired on the BBC between 1969 and 1976.
  • "The Lovers" sketch is a video parody of Stan Freberg's 1951 record "John and Marsha," albeit with additional material by Hill (the part with George). It appears in the 1979 U.S. syndicated package but was left out of the 1987 revamp.
  • A boom mike shows up over Bob Todd in the "Movie Shakers" sketch.
  • Bettine Le Beau and Marilyn Rickard are the ladies Benny chases in the tag.
  • The "At Home with Henry McGee" sketch was reportedly left over from the last episode. St. John Bossom's "Dirty Old Man" and "Norman" are also reported left over from the same episode.

SequenceEdit


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