The Mavis Bramston Show (1964–1968)

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Cast

Credited cast:
Barbara Angell ...
 Herself (1965-1968)
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 Various (1965)
Noeline Brown ...
 Various (1964-1966)
Gordon Chater ...
 Various (1964-1965)
Barry Creyton ...
 Various (1964-1966)
Bryan Davies ...
 Various
Maggie Dence ...
 Mavis Bramston (1966-1968)
Ron Frazer ...
 Various (1966-1968) (as Ron Fraser)
Miriam Karlin ...
 Various (1965)
Dawn Lake ...
 Various (1967)
Reg Livermore ...
 Various (1968)
Johnny Lockwood ...
 Various (1967-1968)
Hazel Phillips ...
 Herself (1966-1968)
Carol Raye ...
 Various (1964-1968)
Peter Reeves ...
 Various (1967)
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(1968) | (1964-1967)
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Maggie Dence would appear in the opening credits as "Mavis Bramston", then would not appear again. See more »

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Spin-off Anything Goes (1968) See more »

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Brilliant Australian comedy
12 January 2003 | by (Brisbane, Australia) – See all my reviews

Treat yourself to some great early TV laughter. This comedy series enhanced many successful careers for some of the best Australian comedians to draw breath. Ron Fraser's "second best friend" routine, Chater eating a meat pie covered in tomato sauce that ends up running down his singlet, Noelene Brown/Barry Creyton's "togetherness, togetherness, there should be more togetherness" duet, the 'Hairy Nosed Wombat' sketch and much much more. Unfortunately I was sent to bed as a child who "wouldn't appreciate the humour" for most of it but still I ache for a re-run of this series.


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