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Year: 1969 | 1970 | 1971 | 1972 | 1973 | 1974 | 1975 | 1976 | 1977 | 1978 | 1979 | 1980 | 1981 | 1982 | 1983 | 1984 | 1985 | 1986 | 1988 | 1989


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: The European Song Contest

19 November 1969
Highlights of this first Thames show include: a 'sound-delay' interview where an answer is provided to the previous question; a tribute to the Lower Tidmarsh Hospital Service, with Jackie Wright as a patient about to undergo an operation; an interview with Mrs. Fripp, ITV's most loyal viewer; and the "European Song Contest" with Benny as all the contestants and hostess 'Katie Boiler'.

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Eira Heath ... Herself / Various Roles
Henry McGee ... Himself / Various Roles
David Battley ... Russian Officer
Ken Parry ... Russian Painter
The Ladybirds ... Themselves / Vocal Backing
Miguel Lopez Cortezo ... Himself - Guitarist
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Michael Sharvell-Martin ... Announcer / Various Roles
Jan Butlin ... Various Roles
Connie Georges ... Various Roles
Verne Morgan ... Ambulance Driver
Barbara Lindley ... Various Roles
Margaret Dupre ... School Girl
Pamela Beckman ... Nurse (uncredited)
Walter Goodman ... Hospital Patient (uncredited)
Anne Irving ... Various Roles (uncredited)
Yvonne Paul ... Nurse (uncredited)

David Prowse ... Muscleman in 'Ye Olde Wishing Well' Sketch (uncredited)
Ken Sedd ... Tavern Owner (uncredited)
Freddie Wiles ... Hospital Patient (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Is This Your Life?

25 December 1969
Highlights of this edition include: "Holiday Sport Spectacular"; "The Short Happy Life of Maurice Dribble"; a series of bloopers including a parody of "The Golden Shot"; musical numbers from The Ladybirds ("Can't Take My Eyes Off of You") and Eira Heath ("Wedding Cake"); and a takeoff of "This Is Your Life" with Benny playing all the people reminiscing about the subject's (Robertson Hare) life and times.

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Eira Heath ... Herself / Various Roles
Nicholas Parsons ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Robertson Hare ... George Podmore
Rita Webb ... Various Roles
Michael Sharvell-Martin ... Various Roles
The Ladybirds ... Themselves / Vocal Backing
Tommy Mann ... Two-Ton Grudge
Yvonne Paul ... Various Roles
Valerie Stanton
David Hamilton ... Himself / Announcer
Connie Georges ... Various Roles
Lilian Padmore (as Lillian Padmore)
Walter Goodman ... Various Roles (as Wally Goodman)
Valerie St. John
Bill Straiton
Michael Moore
Richard Mottau ... Schoolboy (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 3: Tommy Tupper in Tupper-Time

4 February 1970
Benny opens with "Colleen", then plays an aspiring actor auditioning for a role in a movie; Jackie Wright and his wife register at the Hotel Sordide and are subjected to various indignities; Benny tells a story about the making of a TV commercial; musical numbers from Luis Alberto del Parana and Los Paraguayos ("Colorado"), Eira Heath ("Carnival (Manha de Carnival)") and Benny ("The Old Fiddler"); another set of bloopers; a look at the first night of Tommy Tupper's talk show; and Benny finishes with "The Girls of the Sousa Bar".

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Eira Heath ... Herself / Various Roles
Henry McGee ... Himself / Various Roles
Rita Webb ... Various Roles
Nicole Shelby ... Opening Announcer / Various Roles
Luis Alberto del Paraná ... Musical Guest (as Luis Alberto del Paraná & Los Paraguayos)
Michael Sharvell-Martin ... Various Roles
The Ladybirds ... Themselves / Vocal Backing
David Hamilton ... Himself / Announcer
Valerie St. John
Charmaine Seal ... Dancer
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Christine Rodgers
Harold Gee ... Old Fiddler
Anne Irving (as Ann Irving)
Walter Goodman ... Hotel Guest (uncredited)
Rikki Howard ... Blonde Girl at Beach (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 4: The Sound of Frankenstein

11 March 1970
Benny starts off this edition with "My Garden of Love", then leads into a sketch about a hitch-hiker being taken in by a married older woman; Fred Scuttle describes upcoming new offerings from Thames, including a "racy" new program called "Rogue Nudist"; The Ladybirds perform "This Girl's in Love with You"; Benny as country singer "Dickie Dido" duets with Eira Heath on "Golden Days"; Hill winds up on the short end of the stick at a cotillion dance; and for the finale, a mini-musical, "The Sound of Frankenstein".

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Eira Heath ... Herself / Various Roles
Nicholas Parsons ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Patricia Hayes ... Herself / Various Roles
Jimmy Thompson ... Various Roles
Nicole Shelby ... Various Roles
The Ladybirds ... Themselves / Vocal Backing
Michael Sharvell-Martin ... Various Roles
Bill Drysdale ... Cotillion Dancer
Walter Cartier ... Cotillion Dancer
Terry Day ... Cotillion Dancer
Sue Bishop ... Various Roles
David Hamilton ... Himself / Announcer
Valerie St. John ... Various Roles
Pippa Reynaud ... Dancer
Ronnie Aldrich ... Himself - Conductor (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: The Underworld Water of Jacques Custard

28 October 1970
Benny starts off with a song involving a hippie and a suitcase on a train, and then shows us examples of what he calls "Look #7"; a dance involving masks at a boutique; another set of examples of things that go wrong on television, including the now-famous Shakespearean blooper with Hill as Romeo (and Rona Newton-John as Juliet); TV executive Fred Scuttle introduces "The Underworld Water of Jacques Custard"; the first appearance of Chow Mein in "East Meets West"; and a reading of the poem "Ted." Also: Los Zafiros performs "Maria Isabel," Two's Company sing "Try To Remember," and both groups join Benny on "José's Cantina."

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Nicholas Parsons ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Patricia Hayes ... Herself / Various Roles
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles
Los Zafiros ... Themselves - Musical Guests
Dan Jackson ... Various Roles
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Jan Butlin ... Various Roles
Verne Morgan ... Various Roles
Carmen Dene ... Native Girl
Charmaine Seal
Lesley Goldie ... Various (uncredited)
Mia Martin ... Girl on Ship (uncredited)
Rona Newton-John ... Various (uncredited)
Michael Sharvell-Martin ... Voice of Director (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: Opportunity's Knocking

23 December 1970
Benny leads off with "Broken-Hearted Lovers' Stew," then gives more examples of "Look #7"; travel agent Fred Scuttle offers new holiday package tours; the Lower Tidmarsh volunteer fire brigade is called to put out a fire; and a parody of "Opportunity Knocks" with Benny as host Hughie Green and all the contestants, featuring an early rendition of "Ernie (The Fastest Milkman in the West)." Also: Trisha Noble performs "Leaving on a Jet Plane," and Hill as a tall tale-telling country bumpkin sings "Rachel."

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Nicholas Parsons ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Trisha Noble ... Herself / Various Roles
The Ladybirds ... Themselves / Vocal Backing
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Tommy Mann ... Various Roles
Sue Bond ... Various Roles
Jan Butlin ... Various Roles
Kay Frazer ... Dancer
Charmaine Seal ... Dancer
Liz Fraser ... Various Roles
Connie Georges ... Old Lady (uncredited)
Lesley Goldie ... Woman in Burning Building (uncredited)
Walter Goodman ... Man in Burning Building (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 3: Top of the Tops

27 January 1971
Benny leads off with "Flying South", then shows examples of "Shameful Moments of Sport"; musical performances by guests Petticoat and Vine ("Welcome to the World of Love and Laughter") and Kiki Dee ("You've Made Me So Very Happy"); two couples swap partners in "Henry and Alice and Bob and Mary"; more examples of TV bloopers; a look at crime in Britain; an unsuccessful actor tries to woo a married woman behind her old husband's back in "Love Will Find a Way"; and for the close, "Top of the Tops" with Benny impersonating Jimmy Savile, Tony Blackburn, and many of the musical acts.

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Nicholas Parsons ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Patricia Hayes ... Herself / Various Roles
Rita Webb ... Various Roles
Jenny Lee Wright ... Herself / Various Roles
Kiki Dee ... Herself - Musical Guest
Petticoat and Vine ... Themselves - Musical Guests
George Roderick ... Football Player / Wino
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Sue Bond ... Various Roles
Lesley Goldie ... Herself / Various Roles
Mia Martin ... Various Roles
Pete O'Dell ... Member of Spatchelors Singing Group
Geraldine Burnett ... 'Top of the Tops' Dancer (uncredited)
Connie Georges ... Old Lady (uncredited)
Edward Heath ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 4: Undercover Sanitary Inspector

24 February 1971
Benny starts off the show with "Pretty Greek Girl," then an undercover sanitary inspector gets into some misadventures in Istanbul; more TV and advertising bloopers; a "foreigner" meets a pretty girl sitting on an outdoor bench; and for the close "Uplift with Humphrey Bumphrey," featuring an interview with St. John Bossom (Benny) and a performance of "Pepy's Diary." Also: musical guest Nanette performs "Everybody's Singing Like Now."

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Nicholas Parsons ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles
Jenny Lee Wright ... Herself / Various Roles
Lesley Goldie ... Herself / Various Roles
Nanette ... Herself - Musical Guest
The Ladybirds ... Themselves / Vocal Backing
Sue Bond ... Various Roles
Yvonne Paul ... Various Roles
Nosher Powell
Connie Georges ... Various Roles
Brian Nolan ... Turkish Guard (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: Cinema: The Vintage Years

24 March 1971
Benny starts off the program with "The Egg Marketing Board Tango," then takes part in a "French for Starters" language lesson; a messenger in 17th-century England is sent on a dangerous mission; Mervyn Cruddy is interviewed on "The Grass Is Greener"; two people in a supermarket perform a ballet; The Ladybirds perform "(They Long To Be) Close to You"; a "Cinema: The Vintage Years" screening of an old movie, "Passengers of Love" starring Ray Hilland and Loretta Bung; Bettine Le Beau introduces a series of foreign TV bloopers from Spain, France and Germany; a puppet show with political figures of the day (Edward Heath, Harold Wilson and Enoch Powell); and Chow Mein serves an Indian in a Chinese restaurant.

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Nicholas Parsons ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Andree Melly ... Herself - Interviewer
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles
Johnny Greenland ... Various Roles
The Ladybirds ... Themselves / Vocal Backing
Bettine Le Beau ... Various Roles
Jenny Lee Wright ... Herself / Various Roles
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Lesley Goldie ... Herself / Various Roles
Kay Frazer ... Various Roles
Sue Bond ... Various Roles
Connie Georges ... Various Roles

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Fun in the Kitchen with Johnny and Cranny Faddock

24 November 1971
Benny starts off with "The Beach at San Tropez," then shows more examples of things that go wrong on television; a 17th century Pilgrim (Bob Todd) in the stocks for thinking wicked thoughts is relentlessly tormented by a fellow townsman (Hill); hijinks on board a cruise ship; a parody of cooking-show hosts Fanny and Johnny Cradock; and Mervyn Cruddy's film career is examined in an interview given to Andree Melly on "The Movie Shakers," which includes the famous "Home Is The Hero" about a returning Confederate veteran. Also: The Ladybirds perform "River Deep, Mountain High."

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Andree Melly ... Herself / Mistress Mary
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles
Jenny Lee Wright ... Herself / Various Roles
The Ladybirds ... Themselves / Vocal Backing
Jerold Wells ... Various Roles (as Jerrold Wells)
Carol Mills ... Herself / Various Roles
José Stewart ... Madame Karsova
Monika Ringwald ... Various Roles (as Marilyn Rickard)
Bettine Le Beau ... Various Roles
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Bella Emberg ... Various Roles
Lilian Padmore ... Various Roles (as Lillian Padmore)
Connie Georges ... Various Roles
Brian Nolan ... Various Roles
Yvonne Paul ... Various Roles
Mia Martin ... Various Roles
David Waterman ... S.S. Rumpo Passenger
Vic Taylor ... S.S. Rumpo Passenger
Dennis Plenty ... S.S. Rumpo Passenger

Season 3, Episode 2: News at Ten with Reginald Boozenquet

22 December 1971
Highlights include: Benny leading off with a spirited rendition of "Gypsy Rock"; dialogue director/drama coach Fred Scuttle introducing a new male model, 'Chunky'; a poem devoted to the exploits of the Dimpton Drinking Club; The Ladybirds performing "I Say a Little Prayer"; a parody of "News at Ten" with Hill impersonating co-anchors Reginald Bosanquet and Andrew Gardner; a commoner is kidnapped to impersonate a king to thwart an assassination plot; and more examples from around the world of things that can go wrong on TV.

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Nicholas Parsons ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles
Rita Webb ... Various Roles
Clovissa Newcombe ... Ivy O'Dee / Catherine, Duchess of Whitworth / Various
Ronnie Brody ... Various Roles
The Ladybirds ... Themselves / Vocal Backing
Bettine Le Beau ... Various Roles
Carol Mills ... Herself / Various Roles
Johnny Greenland ... Various Roles
Kay Frazer ... Various Roles
Mia Martin ... Various Roles
John Trayhorn ... Various Roles (as John Trayhorne)

Muhammad Ali ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Benjie Bolgar ... Little Child (uncredited)
Rosemary da Costa ... Ampolan Native Girl (uncredited)
Edward Heath ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Leroy Hyde ... Extra (uncredited)

Prince Philip ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Queen Elizabeth II ... Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 3: Episode #3.3

23 February 1972
Benny leads this edition off with "Oh, Zandoona"; Fred Scuttle runs a "Keep Fit" health club, with a film showing some of the exercise routines; Hill reads a poem, "Fam and Fufan" by Folomon Faint Ftephen; French film director Pierre de Tierre discusses his technique, then leads into a sketch about a young man who strikes out with a girl of many moods; musical guest Sylvia McNeill performs "I Don't Know How to Love Him"; Percy Thrower interviews gardener Amos Thripp; more bloopers including a Wild West show where the demonstrations go all wrong and examples of actresses who can't say their lines right; Chow Mein gets into a tangle with customs and immigration agents at an airport; and Benny closes with a series of impersonations of various British entertainers of the day, including Shirley Bassey, Gilbert O'Sullivan and Nana Mouskouri.

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Paula Wilcox ... Carol Fox
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles
Percy Thrower ... Himself
The Ladybirds ... Themselves / Vocal Backing
Jenny Lee Wright ... Herself / Various Roles
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Carol Mills ... Herself / Various Roles
Bettine Le Beau ... Various Roles
Penny Meredith ... Various Roles
Mia Martin ... Various Roles
Pamela Cundell ... Various Roles
Roy Scammell ... Member of Scuttle's Keep Fit Brigade
Malcolm Weaver ... Member of Scuttle's Keep Fit Brigade
Jim Tyson ... Various Roles
Geraldine Burnett ... Various Roles
Sylvia McNeill ... Herself - Musical Guest
Kevin O'Leary ... Child in 'Hill's Spaghetti' Commercial

Season 3, Episode 4: Down Memory Lane

22 March 1972
Highlights include Benny playing several students at the St. Solomon's School; a trespassing fisherman recites a poem about the fishing life; a hospital patient's 92nd birthday is celebrated with a special musical number, "Down Memory Lane"; another series of bloopers including a "Balmolive" ad and a licentious TV cameraman; Fred Scuttle as head of a proposed fourth TV channel, previewing a "poetry and jazz" recital; Chow Mein and his wife (Zienia Merton) are interviewed; and Benny performing new renditions of old mainstays "Wild Women", "The Harvest of Love", and "Those Days" (with Ladybird Marian Davies).

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Nicholas Parsons ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles

Zienia Merton ... Mrs. Chow Mein
The Ladybirds ... Themselves / Vocal Backing
Jenny Lee Wright ... Herself / Various Roles
Lesley Goldie ... Herself / Various Roles
Carol Mills ... Herself / Various Roles
Pamela Cundell ... Various Roles
Penny Meredith ... Various Roles
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Johnny Greenland ... Various Roles
Jim Tyson ... Various Roles
Geraldine Burnett ... Various Roles
Yvonne Paul ... Various Roles
Verne Morgan ... Various Roles
José Stewart ... Adjudicating Panel Member / Poetry & Jazz Organist (as Josie Stewart)
Brian Nolan
Bob Howe (as Robert Howe)

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Woodstick

25 October 1972
Musical numbers from Benny include "The Dustbins of Your Mind" and "Fad-Eyed Fal", then he plays an Army colonel, a housewife and a movie cowboy in "Meeting People with Hugh Paddick"; a look at the "Woodstick" music festival for senior citizens; examples of what could go wrong at fashion parades and TV advertisements; and for the close, Hill leads a German "youth" choir.

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Hugh Paddick ... Himself / Various Roles
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles
The Ladybirds ... Themselves / Vocal Backing
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Bettine Le Beau ... Various Roles
The Mike Sammes Singers ... Themselves
Bella Emberg ... Various Roles
Lilian Padmore (as Lillian Padmore)
Connie Georges ... Various Roles (as Connie George)
Verne Morgan ... Various Roles
Dickie Martyn
Michael Moore
Sue Bond ... Various Roles
Geraldine Gardner (as Trudi Van Doorn)
Sarah Kemp (as Gypsie Kemp)

Laurie Goode ... Hippie
Georgina Boyle ... Extra (uncredited)
Maureen Flanagan ... Girl at Bus Stop / Girl Chased with Net (uncredited)

Cheryl Gilham ... Various Roles (uncredited)
Walter Goodman ... Various Roles (uncredited)
Penny Irving ... Extra (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 2: The Common Market Square Dance

27 December 1972
Highlights of this edition include: more examples of things that go wrong, both on television and in advertising; Fred Scuttle opens the 'Fun Boy Club'; an office worker recalls the annual Christmas festivities; a German version of "Jackanory" with a retelling of the story of "Goldilocks and the Three Bears"; Benny bemoans his girl's obsession with a "Portable TV Set," with snippets of different TV parodies; and for the close, he leads the cast to the tune of "The Common Market Square Dance."

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Nicholas Parsons ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles
Jimmy Thompson ... Various Roles
Diana King ... Woman on Ship / German Woman
Pat Ashton ... Various Roles
Jenny Lee Wright ... Herself / Various Roles
The Ladybirds ... Themselves / Vocal Backing
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Walter Goodman ... Various Roles
Tony Kenyon (as Anthony Kenyon)
Bella Emberg ... Various Roles
Sue Bond ... Various Roles
Lilian Padmore (as Lillian Padmore)

Cheryl Gilham ... Various Roles (as Cherry Gillam)
Dennie Bayliss ... Gamekeeper's Daughter / Girl Undressing Near Trees
Steve Ismay ... Various

Season 4, Episode 3: Jackie Wright's Holiday

22 February 1973
Highlights of this show include: Fred Scuttle as a security guard; a programme planner on the phone with a certain William Shakespeare; another series of bloopers including Benny impersonating singer Billy Eckstine and critic Clive James; Henry McGee interviewing Minister Chu En-Gumm (Bob Todd) and his interpretor Chow Mein at home; and Jackie Wright on a "budget" holiday trip that turns into a nightmare. Also: The Orange Blossom Sound perform "What Am I Doin' Hangin' 'Round?", and for the finale Benny and Pat Ashton perform "Lover, Come Back to Me."

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles
Pat Ashton ... Various Roles
The Ladybirds ... Themselves / Vocal Backing
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Helli Louise ... Various Roles
Bella Emberg ... Various Roles
Connie Georges ... Old Lady
Walter Goodman ... Various Roles
Sue Bond ... Various Roles

Cheryl Gilham ... Various Roles
Laraine Humphrys ... Various Roles (as Laraine Humphreys)
Sui Lin
Chai Lee ... Various Roles
Su Yong

Season 4, Episode 4: The Dalton Abbott Railway Choir

29 March 1973
Highlights include: Benny accompanying Lee Gibson on a sultry rendition of "Mad About You"; investigative reporter Mervyn Cruddy is grilled in "Confrontation"; a recurring series of poetry readings; Lee Gibson and Jon Jon Keefe perform "Happy Together"; Benny as "The Deputy" in the pursuit of three dangerous outlaws in the Old West; another series of bloopers, including Fairly Liquid; Benny as a blue-collar American lamenting about the generation gap; and for the close, Benny leads the cast as the station master and director of the "Dalton Abbott Railway Porter Choir".

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Various Roles
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles
Lee Gibson ... Herself / Various Roles
Jon Jon Keefe ... Himself / Various Roles (as John John Keefe)
Geraldine Gardner ... Herself / Various Roles (as Trudi Van Doorn)
The Ladybirds ... Themselves / Vocal Backing
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Jim Tyson ... Various Roles
Bill Weston ... Chief Running Bare / Various

Cheryl Gilham ... Various Roles
Laraine Humphrys (as Laraine Humphries)
Chai Lee ... Various Roles
Sue Bond ... Various Roles
Bella Emberg ... Various Roles
Andee Cromarty ... Various Roles
Dennis Kirkland ... Himself - Floor Director (uncredited)
Ted Taylor ... Himself - Pianist (uncredited)

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Spot Black

5 December 1973
Highlights of this show include the classic "Spot Black" sketch; Benny as a German clothier on the phone with a British customer, and a man miming to scenes from a movie in a theatre; a series of assorted quickies including the famous "Sunbright" ad parody; Ludovic Kennedy (Henry McGee) has Minister of Food Humphrey Bumphrey (Benny) on his "Phone-In" show; musical numbers from Berry Cornish ("Questions") and Los Zafiros ("Y Viva España"); and an outdoor band concert in a park with choreographed goings-on.

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles
Lesley Goldie ... Herself / Various Roles
Kay Frazer ... Various Roles
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Los Zafiros ... Themselves - Musical Guests
Berry Cornish ... Herself - Musical Guest
Nicole Shelby ... Various Roles
Bella Emberg ... Various Roles
Barbara Wise ... Various Roles
Jim Tyson ... Various Roles
Johnny Greenland ... Various Roles
Jon Jon Keefe ... Himself / Various Roles (as John John Keefe)
Malou Cartwright ... Various Roles
Claire Russell ... Various Roles
Earl Stephenson ... Various Roles

Season 5, Episode 2: The Great British Dancing Finals

27 December 1973
Benny leads things off with "Older Woman"; Fred Scuttle supervises construction work on the Channel Tunnel; "The Great Britsh Dancing Finals" with Hill as host 'Terry Wobegone' and one of the main contestants; Mervyn Cruddy is interviewed once again by Andree Melly on "Departure Lounge"; and examples of different TV programs utilizing the story of Little Bo-Peep and her lost sheep. Also: Anne Shelton performs "Put Your Hand in the Hand."

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Andree Melly ... Herself / Various Roles
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles
Lesley Goldie ... Herself / Various Roles
The Ladybirds ... Themselves / Vocal Backing
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Bella Emberg ... Various Roles
Carol Ball ... Various Roles (as Carole Ball)
Malou Cartwright ... Various Roles
Jon Jon Keefe ... Himself / Various Roles (as John John Keefe)
Judy Gridley
Marilyn Harrison ... Various Roles
Ian Kaye
David Wright
George May ... Various Roles
Claire Russell ... Various Roles
Earl Stephenson ... Various Roles
Anne Shelton ... Herself - Musical Guest

Season 5, Episode 3: Film Time at the Natural Film Theatre

7 February 1974
Benny starts the show off by reading a poem, "Faith" by E.M. Barrister, then introduces Diana Darvey and accompanies her in the guise of percussionist 'El Sidney'; spy catcher Mervyn Cruddy is on the trail for a snuff box; musical guests Design perform "Second Love"; film director Sam Speiler reminisces about his career with Lesley Goldie, with parodies of W.C. Fields and Mae West, and a revival of his "Baby Boy" sketch; a minstrel boy in the Middle Ages is groomed for the big time by a hotshot manager; and a look at the 'Mr. TV Times' contest.

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles
Lesley Goldie ... Herself / Various Roles
Diana Darvey ... Herself / Various Roles
Design ... Themselves - Musical Guests
David Hamilton ... Mr. TV Times Emcee

Cheryl Gilham ... Various Roles
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Bella Emberg ... Various Roles
Jim Tyson ... Various Roles
Jon Jon Keefe ... Himself / Various Roles (as John John Keefe)
Claire Russell
Malou Cartwright ... Various Roles (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 4: Coalpits

13 March 1974
Benny starts off by reading from "The Good Book"; Fred Scuttle runs an escort service; "Match of the Week" presents its Goalkeeper of the Year award (with Benny as sportscaster Jimmy Hill and all the goalie nominees); a parody of the action-adventure series "Colditz" with Benny as a German POW; a look into "The Short Unhappy Romance of Ted Tingle"; Judith Durham performs "Strut Your Stuff" backed by The Hottest Band in Town; The Ladybirds (in their final on-camera appearance on the show) perform "Yesterday Once More"; and Benny and Diana Darvey perform a Mexican medley, with backing from flamenco guitarist Guillermo Basilisco.

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Nicholas Parsons ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles
Jerold Wells ... Various Roles (as Jerrold Wells)
Diana Darvey ... Herself / Various Roles
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
The Ladybirds ... Themselves / Vocal Backing
Bella Emberg ... Various Roles
Malou Cartwright
Jon Jon Keefe ... Himself / Various Roles (as John John Keefe)
Jim Tyson ... Various Roles
Guillermo Basilisco ... Himself - Guitarist
Claire Russell
Brian Nolan
Jeannie Collings
Zoe Hendry
Len Keyes ... Various Roles
Robert Bauld ... Various Roles (as Bob Bauld)
Kevin Moran
Stephen Kane
Jo Peters
Judith Durham ... Herself - Musical Guest (as Judith Durham and The Hottest Band in Town)

Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: Gavin Blod: The Man and His Music

8 January 1975
Show opens with a host of all-time favorites, followed by Benny performing "The Beach at Waikiki" with Diana Darvey performing a striptease; a look at the life and times of music composer Gavin Blod; Lee Gibson performs "The Moment of Truth"; a Tennessee Williams takeoff, "Long Dry Summer"; and for the close, a spoof of "New Faces" with Benny as the host, the leader of a family act, and all the panelists.

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles
Stella Moray ... Various Roles
Diana Darvey ... Herself / Various Roles
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Lee Gibson ... Herself / Various Roles
Samantha Stevens ... Various Roles
Bill Weston ... Various Roles
Anne Bruzac ... Various Roles
Yvonne Dearman ... Various Roles

Season 6, Episode 2: Great Mysteries with Orson Buggy

12 March 1975
Benny starts off with another "Host of All-Time Favourites" including a parody of 'Pan's People,' then sings about the "Rose of El Paso"; Thames TV director Fred Scuttle introduces a sketch that takes place in a barber shop; Diana Darvey performs a medley about world travel, with numerous costume changes; the famous "Great Mysteries with Orson Buggy in 'The Catch'"; film director J. Arthur Mein shows clips from his latest kung-fu movie, "Behind the Bamboo Certain"; and "Midnight in Soho."

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles
Diana Darvey ... Herself / Various Roles
Anna Dawson ... Various Roles
Patrick Newell ... Max Tredder / Various Roles
Lee Gibson ... Herself / Various Roles
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Samantha Stevens ... Various Roles
Earl Adair ... Various Roles
Bill Weston ... Various Roles
Yvonne Dearman ... Various Roles
Anne Bruzac ... Various Roles

Season 6, Episode 3: Tex Cymbal: Golden Boy

24 September 1975
Show begins with performances by "Lance 'Juggler' Vane & Cherri" and "Lana & Her Performing Men"; jack-of-all-trades Clyde Jarrow reads a poem about a dirty old man, then introduces "That Family"; Eddie Buchanan performs "Going Nowhere," followed by a series of vignettes set up to the tune of "Somethin' 'Bout You Baby I Like"; a young man is kidnapped by an older woman in "The Stamp Collector"; and a look into the life and career of pop idol Tex Cymbal.

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Stella Moray ... Various Roles
Don Estelle ... Various Roles
Eddie Buchanan ... Himself / Various Roles

Cheryl Gilham ... Various Roles
Moira Foot ... Various Roles
Libby Roberts ... Various Roles
Debbie Greenhill ... Various Roles
Jeannie Collings ... Various Roles

Season 7


Season 7, Episode 1: Jack and Jill

17 December 1975
Show leads off with another "host of favorite stars", with impersonations of Kreskin, Liza Minnelli and Charles Aznavour, and Moira Anderson, followed by Benny as W.C. Fields singing "Lovely Lulubelle" which in turn leads to a parody of cinema advertisements; Fred Scuttle appears as a mind reader on "Is There Anything In It?"; examples of how the tale of the nursery rhyme "Jack and Jill" would be worked into various TV shows, with parodies of "Crossroads", "That's Life" and "Kojak"; Dilys Watling performs "Ain't No Way to Treat a Lady"; and for the finish, a filmed rendition of the tale of "El Paso".

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Dilys Watling ... Herself / Various Roles
Eddie Buchanan ... Himself / Various Roles
Lorna Nathan ... Various Roles
Leanne Robinson ... Various Roles
Claire Ruane ... Felina
Jennifer Westbrook ... Various Roles (as Jenny Westbrook)
Monika Ringwald ... Various Roles (as Monica Ringwald)

Season 7, Episode 2: Word of Sport

18 February 1976
Highlights include: Benny leading off with a song about Jake and Leroy in old El Paso; a parody of "World of Sport" with Hill as host Dickie Davies; Benny and Jackie Wright as "Luke and Tinker," singing a song about nursery rhymes; a parody of "Bonnie and Clyde"; Love Machine dance (with futuristic costumes) to the tune of "Tornado"; and street scenes set to music.

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Eddie Buchanan ... Himself / Various Roles
Moira Foot ... Various Roles
Libby Roberts ... Herself - Love Machine Dancer / Various
Teresa Lucas ... Herself - Love Machine Dancer / Various
Jane Eve ... Herself (as Jane Colthorpe)
Claire Lutter ... Herself - Love Machine Dancer / Various
Lorna Nathan ... (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 3: Murder on the Oregon Express

24 March 1976
Benny opens with a monologue and a dance from a native girl; a handyman gets involved in various misadventures on the job; Captain Fred Scuttle prepares to take a trip to the moon; Henry McGee gets cooking tips from Fanee and Johnee Claddock; the epic "Murder on the Oregon Express"; and the Lower Tidmarsh Volunteer Fire Brigade singers lead into a sketch about Robin Hood.

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Brenda Arnau ... Herself - Musical Guest
Eddie Buchanan ... Himself / Various Roles
Jenny Lee Wright ... Herself / Various Roles
Jennifer Westbrook ... Various Roles (as Jenny Westbrook)
Monika Ringwald ... Various Roles (as Monica Ringwald)
Leanne Robinson ... Various Roles
Ted Taylor ... Himself - Pianist (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 4: Sale of the Half-Century

21 April 1976
Benny starts things off with "So Many Girls"; then continuity announcer Humphrey Bumphrey introduces parodies of "Movin' On," "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?", "This Is Your Life" and "Sale of the Century"; a German professor lectures about British life and customs in "Getting to Know You"; Eddie Buchanan and Love Machine perform "Dancing in the Nude"; palmist/phrenologist Emily Grimley demonstrates examples of her handiwork in "Is There Anything In It?"; Benny impersonates nature show host David Bellamy; and a parody of the rock-music show "Supersonic."

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various

Paul Eddington ... Himself / Various Roles / Sub-Announcer
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Eddie Buchanan ... Himself / Various Roles
Susan Baker ... Various Roles (as Susie Baker)
Bella Emberg ... Various Roles
Ken Sedd ... Various Roles
Libby Roberts ... Herself - Love Machine Dancer / Various
Teresa Lucas ... Herself - Love Machine Dancer / Various
Claire Lutter ... Herself - Love Machine Dancer / Various
Jane Eve ... Herself - Love Machine Dancer / Various (as Jane Colthorpe)

Season 8


Season 8, Episode 1: The Bionic Baby

26 January 1977
Benny leads this edition with "Bianca Malone," then takes us to "The Sum Awards" with parodies of "The New Avengers," "Mastermind" and "I, Claudius," and impersonates Pam Ayres in a poem about pets. Also: musical guests Reflections perform "Higher and Higher"; Diana Darvey performs a Continental cabaret with Benny and Jackie as her accompanists; three escaped convicts get into a tussle with police; a nearsighted newsreader mangles the main stories on his first night on the air; and "The Bionic Baby."

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Rita Webb ... Various Roles
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Jenny Lee Wright ... Herself / Various Roles
Eddie Buchanan ... Himself / Various Roles
Diana Darvey ... Herself / Various Roles
Sue Upton ... Various Roles
Eddie Connor
John Gallant
Jennifer Westbrook ... Various Roles (as Jenny Westbrook)
Suzy Mandel ... Various Roles
Ken Sedd ... Various Roles (uncredited)

Season 8, Episode 2: Villain of the Year

23 February 1977
Show leads off with Benny as a Mountie recounting the tale of Eskimo Nell; a look at the "Villain of the Year" awards, with officer Fred Scuttle giving his views about them; a bridegroom (Benny) has second thoughts about marrying a wealthy bride (Rita Webb); musical performances from Love Machine ("Think of the Boys") and Benny and the lads ("The Flash", wearing raincoats for the occasion); a spoof of the period drama "Victorian Scandals", with Benny as a hapless butler in the middle of an argument among a wealthy couple; and for the close, two Boy Scouts (Benny, Jackie Wright) get into various misadventures at a Scouts and Guides Annual Fete.

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Rita Webb ... Various Roles
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Jenny Lee Wright ... Herself / Various Roles
Eddie Buchanan ... Himself / Various Roles
Libby Roberts ... Herself - Love Machine Dancer / Various
Teresa Lucas ... Herself - Love Machine Dancer / Various
Claire Lutter ... Herself - Love Machine Dancer / Various
Jane Eve ... Herself - Love Machine Dancer / Various (as Jane Colthorpe)
Lorraine Doyle ... Herself - Love Machine Dancer / Various
Terry Dane ... 'Flash' Dancer
Eddie Connor ... Various Roles
Sue Upton ... Herself / Various Roles
Jennifer Westbrook ... Various Roles (as Jenny Westbrook)
Anita Graham ... Girl Scout Guide
Ken Sedd ... Various Roles
Stephanie Marrian ... Various Roles (uncredited)

Season 8, Episode 3: A Packed Program

23 March 1977
Highlights include: Benny as a tongue-tied continuity announcer mentioning upcoming programs and leading into a parody of "Starsky & Hutch", with Hill playing both parts and Jackie Wright as Huggy Bear; another look at the life of Casanova; Dilys Watling performs "Fever", with Benny as a drumless percussionist; a look at the way films are "panned and scanned"; a series of vignettes set to different songs including "Girls, Girls, Girls"; a "Granny Show Jumping" competition; Chow Mein offering a holiday package; and for the close, Benny performing "At the Streaker's Ball".

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Rita Webb ... Various Roles
Dilys Watling ... Herself / Various Roles
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Eddie Buchanan ... Himself / Various Roles
Suzy Mandel ... Various Roles
Anne Bruzac ... Various Roles (as Froggie)
Pete Morgan ... Various Roles
Claire Lutter ... Various Roles
Lorraine Doyle ... Various Roles
David Wright ... Various Roles
Spencer Shires ... Various Roles

Andrea Allan ... Various Roles (as Ellie Reece-Knight)
Penny Rigden ... Various Roles
Ken Sedd ... Various Roles

Season 9


Season 9, Episode 1: The South Blank Show

30 May 1978
Benny starts off with a song about "Married Life," then he and Jackie Wright play Irish brothers who are barely understood on an interview show; an installment of "Digger Blue, Private Eye"; another look inside the Hotel Sordide; Thames TV crew member Fred Scuttle recounts all the programmes he's worked on, then introduces The Cotton Mill Boys who perform "Orange Blossom Special"; two gentlemen fight over a pretty widow; and a takeoff of "The South Bank Show" featuring Hill impersonations of host Melvyn Bragg, Dave Allen and W.C. Fields.

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Charles Stapley
Dee Dee Darlington
Lee Gibson ... Herself / Various Roles
Eunice Black
Denise Brownlow
Jillianne Foot (as Jilliane Foot)
Donna Scarf (as Donna Scarff)
Jennifer Westbrook ... Various Roles (as Jenny Westbrook)
Penny Chisholm
Ken Sedd ... Various Roles (as Kenneth Sedd)
The Ladybirds ... Themselves / Vocal Backing
Frank Coda

Season 10


Season 10, Episode 1: Friday Night Fever

26 December 1978
This edition starts off with Benny and his dancers performing "Coconut Milk"; Fred Scuttle picks a man off the street in a match of "Man vs. Machine"; a "Grand Wheelchair Rally" goes off on a series of misadventures; an exchange operator works the phone lines in Victorian-era England; tips on holidays to Dimton-on-Sea and Costa Patatas (with Henry McGee and Jenny Lee-Wright sampling the food at the Hotel Toulouse-Waldorf); musical guest Felicity Buirski performs "The Clock"; Benny as Bob Dylan performs "Go 'Round Again"; and a henpecked husband has a secret life as a disco dancer in "Friday Night Fever".

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Jenny Lee Wright ... Herself / Various Roles
Felicity Buirski ... Herself - Musical Guest
Roger Finch ... Various Roles
Johnny Vyvyan ... Various Roles

John Quayle ... Various Roles
Cyril Cross ... Various Roles
Eddie Connor ... Various Roles
Len Keyes ... Various Roles

Louise English ... Herself / Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Stephanie Lawrence ... Dancer / Various Roles
Mandy Perryment ... Dancer / Various Roles
Victoria Shellard ... Dancer / Various Roles
Sue Upton ... Herself / WonderGran / Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Lee Gibson ... Herself / Various Roles
Jayne-Marie ... Girl Next Door
Erica Lynley ... Hill's Angel / Various Roles (as Erica Ludlow)
Ken Sedd ... Various Roles
Jennifer Westbrook ... Various Roles (as Jenny Westbrook)
Sharon Fussey ... Sam's Set Dancer (uncredited)
Fay Hillier ... Woman Visiting Prison (uncredited)
Debbie Linden ... (uncredited)
Caroline Sergeant ... Sam's Set Dancer (uncredited)

Season 10, Episode 2: Leprechaun TV: Opening Night

14 March 1979
Benny leads off with "Benny's Place," then gives us a look into the National Health Service, the opening night of "Leprechaun Television," the famous "Hot Gossamer" parody (with Henry McGee impersonating Kenny Everett), and "Wondergran Meets Dracula"; plus musical guest Geraldine performs "Casablanca."

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Jenny Lee Wright ... Herself / Various Roles
Geraldine ... Herself - Musical Guest
Sue Upton ... Herself / WonderGran / Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Roger Finch ... Various Roles
Nola Haynes ... Hill's Angel
Jennifer Westbrook ... Various Roles (as Jenny Westbrook)
Johnny Vyvyan ... Various Roles
Linda Sands
Fay Hillier
Cyril Cross ... Various Roles
Patricia Hayes ... Herself / Various Roles
Pauline Crawford ... Herself - Dancer

Louise English ... Herself / Pan's People Dancer / Various Roles
Abigail Higgins ... Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Francesca Whitburn ... Pan's People Dancer
Sarah Woollett ... Herself - Dancer
The Ladybirds ... Themselves / Vocal Backing
Pan's People ... Themselves

John Quayle ... Various Roles
Ken Sedd ... Various Roles
James Callaghan ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Jayne-Marie ... Private Nurse (uncredited)

Season 10, Episode 3: The Police Raid in Waterloo Station

25 April 1979
Show opens with Benny performing "Maria, Maria", then introducing a series of TV advertising bloopers. Fred Scuttle holds court at an international TV festival where he previews a French version of Bizet's "Carmen" and Irish detective series "O'Jack". A man with a cold and an Irishman are interviewed on "In London Tonight". Pan's People take a bath to the tune of "Love for Sale". An episode of "Yield to the Dawn"; a screening of Cheapo Films' "The Police Raid in Waterloo Station" about two jewel thieves. For the close, a look at athletes in training for the Olympics.

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Helen Horton ... Various Roles
Roger Finch ... Various Roles
Anika Pavel ... Midnight (as Anita Pavel)

John Quayle ... Various Roles
Lee Gibson ... Herself / Various Roles
Alison Bell ... Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Sue Upton ... Herself / Various Roles
Nola Haynes ... Various Roles
Emma Bryant
Pan's People ... Themselves
The Ladybirds ... Vocal Backing

Louise English ... Herself / Pan's People Dancer / Various Roles
Abigail Higgins ... Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Ken Sedd ... Various Roles
Pauline Crawford ... Pan's People Dancer (uncredited)
Cyril Cross ... Various Roles (uncredited)
Johnny Vyvyan ... Various Roles (uncredited)
Francesca Whitburn ... Pan's People Dancer (uncredited)
Dee Dee Wilde ... Pan's People Dancer (uncredited)
Sarah Woollett ... Pan's People Dancer (uncredited)

Season 11


Season 11, Episode 1: Women's Lib Television

6 February 1980
Highlights of this edition include "The Scarlet Pimple"; "Hollywood Grates" looks at the career of Chubby Dodds; Hill's Angels on the beach and at the disco in a 'Grand Gala'; and the first day of broadcasting of 'Women's Lib Television' with distaff parodies of "Sale of the Century" and "World of Sport," ending with "Charlene's Angels."

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Helen Horton ... Various Roles
Pat Ashton ... Various Roles
Sue Upton ... Herself / WonderGran / Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Roger Finch ... Various Roles
Ken Sedd ... Various Roles
Cyril Cross ... Various Roles
George Chandler ... Vocal Backing
Andee Cromarty ... Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Anne Easton ... Hill's Angel

Louise English ... Herself / Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Debi Gaye ... Hill's Angel
The Ladybirds ... Vocal Backing
Julie Kirk ... Hill's Angel
Erica Lynley ... Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Leigh Miles ... Hill's Angel
Lisa Price ... Hill's Angel
Clare Smalley ... Hill's Angel
Samantha Spencer-Lane ... Hill's Angel (as Samantha Spencer Lane)
Vivienne Warman ... Hill's Angel
Penny Wells ... Hill's Angel
Hill's Angels ... Themselves - Dance Ensemble

Season 11, Episode 2: Butch Cafferty and the Fundance Kid

5 March 1980
Benny leads off with a song about a country boy who meets city girls, then plays a man who steps into a painting that comes to life; Mr. Chow Mein testifies before an industrial tribunal; Hill's Angels model the latest fashions from the "Madame Louise Summer Collection"; a court jester lands in hot water after performing for the King; an episode of "The Fudpuckers"; and "Butch Cafferty and the Fundance Kid".

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Various Characters
Bob Todd ... Various Characters
Jackie Wright ... Various Characters
Helen Horton ... Various Characters
Jenny Lee Wright ... Various Characters
Rita Webb ... Various Characters
Sue Upton ... Hill's Angel / Various Characters
Roger Finch ... Various Characters
Ken Sedd ... Various Characters
Cyril Cross ... Various Characters
Pat Ashton ... Various Characters
Andee Cromarty ... Hill's Angel
Susan Daly ... Hill's Angel
Anne Easton ... Hill's Angel

Louise English ... Hill's Angel / Various Characters
Debi Gaye ... Hill's Angel
Sharon Haywoode ... Hill's Angel
Julie Kirk ... Hill's Angel
Erica Lynley ... Hill's Angel
Leigh Miles ... Hill's Angel
Clare Smalley ... Hill's Angel
Samantha Spencer-Lane ... Hill's Angel
Vivienne Warman ... Hill's Angel
Penny Wells ... Hill's Angel
The Ladybirds ... Vocal Backing

Season 11, Episode 3: Name That Tune

16 April 1980
Benny starts off with an operetta-style opening musical number; Fred Scuttle previews his new Dimpton-on-Sea Arts Center, and presents some international TV (including a hobo dancing with a girl in a wine ad); Women's Lib Television presents "The Kitty Everett Show"; a spoof of "Name That Tune" where host Benny tries to aid a pretty contestant (Louise English) at the expense of another (Jackie Wright); Hill's Angels dance to night scenes of New York; and a retelling of "The 3 Musketeers" story.

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Helen Horton ... Various Roles
Pat Ashton ... Various Roles
Sue Upton ... Herself / Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Roger Finch ... Various Roles
Ken Sedd ... Various Roles
Cyril Cross ... Various Roles
Susan Daly ... Hill's Angel
Anne Easton ... Hill's Angel

Louise English ... Herself / Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Nola Haynes ... Hill's Angel
Sharon Haywoode ... Hill's Angel
Leigh Miles ... Hill's Angel
Clare Smalley ... Hill's Angel
Samantha Spencer-Lane ... Hill's Angel
Hill's Angels ... Themselves - Dance Ensemble
The Ladybirds ... Vocal Backing
Ted Taylor ... Himself - Pianist (uncredited)

Season 12


Season 12, Episode 1: WonderGran Meets Dr. Jackal and Mr. Hide

7 January 1981
Highlights include "The Loser," about a man beset by bad luck in whatever job he has at one time; Benny impersonating Michael Caine, and playing a circus clown; a French schoolboy speaks of his trip to London; the Hill's Angels do a choreographed workout to the tune "Runaway"; and "Wondergran Meets Dr. Jackal and Mr. Hide."

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Sue Upton ... Herself / Wondergran / Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Roger Finch ... Various Roles
Bella Emberg ... Various Roles
Ken Sedd ... Various Roles
Elfrida Ashworth ... Hill's Angel
Alison Bell ... Hill's Angel / Various Roles

Louise English ... Herself / Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Lee Gibson ... Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Abigail Higgins ... Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Julie Kirk ... Hill's Angel
Clare Smalley ... Hill's Angel (as Claire Smalley)
Samantha Spencer-Lane ... Hill's Angel
Alison Thomas ... Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Hill's Angels ... Themselves - Dance Ensemble
The Ladybirds ... Vocal Backing
George Chandler ... Vocal Backing

Season 12, Episode 2: A Tribute to the Lower Tidmarsh Volunteer Fire Brigade

11 February 1981
Benny leads his cast and Angels in the opening number "Down on the Farm"; new versions of "A Tribute to the Lower Tidmarsh Volunteer Fire Brigade" and "Undercover Sanitary Inspector"; Hill plays a man obsessed with a girl who's seen on a billboard poster, and does a poem as a castaway stranded on a desert island; short vignettes from Hill's Angels set to the music of "Keep Young and Beautiful," "An Occasional Man" and "Ease On Down the Road"; and for the close, a young woman being harassed at a bus stop turns into a "She-Hulk."

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Sue Upton ... Herself / Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Roger Finch ... Various Roles
Bella Emberg ... Various Roles
Ken Sedd ... Various Roles
Camilla Blair ... Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Alison Bell ... Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Lee Gibson ... Herself / Various Roles

Louise English ... Herself / Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Abigail Higgins ... Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Beverley Kay ... Hill's Angel
Penny Kendall ... Hill's Angel
Clare Smalley ... Hill's Angel
Hill's Angels ... Themselves - Dance Ensemble
The Ladybirds ... Vocal Backing
Len Keyes ... Department Store Customer (uncredited)
Julie Kirk ... Hill's Angel (uncredited)

Season 12, Episode 3: Big Poppa

25 March 1981
Highlights of this edition include Benny opening with a song about "The Lovely Girls from Crete"; The Georgian Dancers performing a dance; Gaston LeClerc bringing his sister Louise along to "Friends to Tea with Henry McGee"; the epic "Big Poppa"; a parody of "News at Ten" leads to a Hill's Angels dance number; and for the ending, Benny as a penniless commoner falls for a squire's daughter.

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Sue Upton ... Herself / 9Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Roger Finch ... Various Roles
Helen Horton ... Various Roles

Louise English ... Herself / Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Elfrida Ashworth ... Hill's Angel
Denise Gyngell ... Hill's Angel
Abigail Higgins ... Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Cathy Holmes ... Hill's Angel
Jane Paris ... Hill's Angel
Samantha Spencer-Lane ... Hill's Angel
Hill's Angels ... Themselves - Dance Ensemble
The Ladybirds ... Themselves / Vocal Backing
Camilla Blair ... Hill's Angel
Penny Kendall ... Hill's Angel
Alison Bell ... Hill's Angel / Various Roles (uncredited)
Cyril Cross ... Various Roles (uncredited)
Susan Daly ... Hill's Angel (uncredited)
Bella Emberg ... Various Roles (uncredited)
Lee Gibson ... Various Roles (uncredited)
Nola Haynes ... Hill's Angel (uncredited)
Sharon Haywoode ... Hill's Angel (uncredited)
Leigh Miles ... Hill's Angel (uncredited)
Ken Sedd ... Various Roles (uncredited)
Clare Smalley ... Hill's Angel (uncredited)

Season 13


Season 13, Episode 1: The Monte Carbolic Show

6 January 1982
Benny starts off the show with "Paradise Island." Also: a Scottish headmaster takes roll call; a typical day at the Hotel Splendide, with Hill's Angels providing part of the view; a Dimpton traffic warden declares war on the street cleaners; and a takeoff on "The Monte Carlo Show" featuring Benny's impersonation of Kenny Rogers.

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Bella Emberg ... Various Roles
Alison Bell ... Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Jon Jon Keefe ... Himself / Various Roles
Jerold Wells ... Various Roles (as Gerold Wells)
Cyril Cross ... Various Roles
Ken Sedd ... Various Roles
Debra Hemmings ... Hill's Angel
Terry Jones ... Hill's Angel
Cheryl Mortimer ... Hill's Angel
Samantha Spencer-Lane ... Hill's Angel
Jo Thomas ... Hill's Angel
Sue Upton ... Herself / Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Lesley Young ... Hill's Angel

Louise English ... Herself / Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Hill's Angels ... Themselves - Dance Ensemble
The Ladybirds ... Vocal Backing
Debi Gaye ... Hill's Angel
Denise Gyngell ... Street Cleaner (uncredited)
Abigail Higgins ... Various Roles (uncredited)

Season 13, Episode 2: Episode #13.2

10 February 1982
Benny starts the show with "Unlucky Luke," then he and Jenny Lee-Wright reprise their respective roles for a remake of "Learning All the Time"; Hill's Angels do a dance at a Little Dimpton street party; Hill as a schoolgirl reminiscing about a favorite teacher; a middle-aged man uses a video remote to control everything around him; and the famous "Mimed Striptease" with Benny as a clown who strips to a mere skeleton.

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Bella Emberg ... Various Roles
Jon Jon Keefe ... Himself / Various Roles
Alison Bell ... Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Cyril Cross ... Various Roles
Ken Sedd ... Various Roles
Jenny Lee Wright ... Herself / Various Roles
Denise Gyngell ... Hill's Angel (as Denise Gymgell)
Terry Jones ... Hill's Angel (as Tee Jay)
Samantha Spencer-Lane ... Hill's Angel
Cheryl Mortimer ... Hill's Angel
Lisa Price ... Hill's Angel
Sue Upton ... Herself / Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Lesley Young ... Hill's Angel
Hill's Angels ... Themselves - Dance Ensemble
The Ladybirds ... Themselves / Vocal Backing

Louise English ... Herself / Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Debi Gaye ... Hill's Angel
Susan Daly ... Various Roles (uncredited)
Abigail Higgins ... Various Roles (uncredited)

Season 14


Season 14, Episode 1: Superteech

5 January 1983
Benny opens with a musical number as an Australian lifeguard; a man creates mischief with his shadow; Mr. Chow Mein presents a performance by his opera company; a group of TV censors have a meeting; Hill's Angels perform on a cruise liner; and a bumbling school teacher turns into "Superteech".

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Kathy Staff ... Various Roles
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles
Jenny Lee Wright ... Herself / Various Roles

Louise English ... Herself / Cookie / Princess Jasmine / Various Roles
Alison Bell ... Wanda the Wicked West Whickam Whip Woman
Jon Jon Keefe ... Himself / Various Roles (as JonJon Keefe)
Ken Sedd ... Various Roles
Hill's Angels ... Themselves - Dance Ensemble
The Ladybirds ... Vocal Backing
Robert Falk ... St. Nana's School Pupil

Jane Leeves ... Hill's Angel
Pamela Rhatigan ... Hill's Angel
Corinne Russell ... Hill's Angel
Elfrida Ashworth ... Hill's Angel (uncredited)
Sue Upton ... Herself / Hill's Angel / Various Roles (uncredited)

Season 14, Episode 2: Holiday

16 March 1983
Benny leads off with a musical number, "The Gay Caballero"; a parody of the TV travel series "Holiday" with Benny as host Cliff Michelmore; Rev. John McFudpucker (Benny) reads poems by Angus MacSpreading on "Sit Up & Listen"; a look at the Wild, Wild West with Hill's Angels; a clown wreaks havoc at a clothes shop; and a schoolboy frequents a strip joint with disastrous results.

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Kathy Staff ... Various Roles
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles

Louise English ... Herself / Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Jenny Lee Wright ... Herself / Various Roles
Jon Jon Keefe ... Himself / Various Roles (as JonJon Keefe)
Ken Sedd ... Various Roles
Hill's Angels ... Themselves - Dance Ensemble
The Ladybirds ... Themselves / Vocal Backing

Jane Leeves ... Hill's Angel
Corinne Russell ... Hill's Angel
Sue Upton ... Herself / Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Elfrida Ashworth ... Hill's Angel (uncredited)
Nicola Critcher ... Hill's Angel (uncredited)
Candy Davis ... Hill's Angel (uncredited)
Cheryl Mortimer ... Hill's Angel (uncredited)
Lesley Woods ... Hill's Angel (uncredited)

Season 15


Season 15, Episode 1: Scuttlevision

16 January 1984
For the opening, Benny leads off with an elaborate musical number, "Home for the Summer"; Fred Scuttle previews his new channel, "Scuttlevision," followed by a sketch about a drunk returning home after a night out; a look at the goings-on inside the "Club Bizarre" cabaret; bank robber "Fingers" McNee and his gang are relentlessly pursued by Inspector Dibbs; and for the finale Benny is pursued by a little girl in and around a beach.

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles

Louise English ... Herself / Various Roles
Jenny Lee Wright ... Herself / Various Roles
Jon Jon Keefe ... Himself / Various Roles
Sue Upton ... Herself / Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Debi Gaye ... Various Roles
Erica Lynley ... Herself / Various Roles
Ken Sedd ... Various Roles
Jade Westbrook ... Hill's Little Angel
Hill's Angels ... Themselves - Dance Ensemble
The Ladybirds ... Vocal Backing
Francesca Lacey ... Hill's Angel
Lisa Mulidore ... Hill's Angel
Lindsay Neil ... Hill's Angel
Fiona Sloman ... Hill's Angel
Tracy Smith ... Hill's Angel
Abigail Higgins ... Various Roles (uncredited)
Len Keyes ... Various Roles (uncredited)

Bogdan Kominowski ... Dolly Fins Singer / Various (uncredited)

David Prowse ... Strongman (uncredited)
Lesley Woods ... Hill's Angel (uncredited)

Season 15, Episode 2: Episode #15.2

25 April 1984
Benny begins the program by leading the 'League of Helping Hands' into song; a look into the life of a vagabond; Hill's Angels do a choreographed aerobics exercise at a gym, and later do battle with street punks; a spoof of "The Hot Shoe Show"; and for the close, the opening day at St. John Thomas Hospital.

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles

Louise English ... Herself / Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Jon Jon Keefe ... Himself / Various Roles / Vocal Backing
Sue Upton ... Herself / Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Erica Lynley ... Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Ken Sedd ... Various Roles
Len Keyes ... Various Roles
Andrew Francis
Lisa Jackman
Hill's Angels ... Themselves - Dance Ensemble
The Ladybirds ... Vocal Backing
Noreen Bothen ... Hill's Angel

Jane Leeves ... Hill's Angel
Lindsay Neil ... Hill's Angel
Fiona Sloman ... Hill's Angel
Tracy Smith ... Hill's Angel
Karan David ... Nurse (uncredited)
Abigail Higgins ... Various Roles (uncredited)
Lesley Woods ... Hill's Angel (uncredited)

Season 16


Season 16, Episode 1: The B-Team

2 January 1985
Show begins with a monologue from 'Professor' Benny about the "missing link" in history, which leads to a filmed segment of the evolution of civilization from the age of the caveman to modern times. A shop clerk at a pharmacy incorporates brand names of certain products into the conversation. Hill's Angels perform a "can-can" at Benito's nightclub. For the finish, Benny plays both 'Hannibal' and 'Mr. T' in a parody of "The A-Team".

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various / John 'Hannibal' Smith / B.A. Baracus
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / 'Howling Mad' Murdock / Various Roles
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles (as Jack Wright)
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles

Louise English ... Herself / Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Jon Jon Keefe ... Himself / Various Roles
Carl Wayne ... Lt. Templeton 'Faceman' Peck
Derek Royle
Lorraine Doyle ... Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Emma Bryant
Hill's Angels ... Themselves - Dance Ensemble
The Ladybirds ... Themselves / Vocal Backing (voice)
Abigail Higgins ... Hill's Angel / Various Roles (uncredited)
Len Keyes ... Various Roles (uncredited)
Francesca Lacey ... Hill's Angel (uncredited)
Erica Lynley ... Hill's Angel / Various Roles (uncredited)
Lisa Maxwell ... Hill's Angel (uncredited)
Sue Upton ... Herself / Hill's Angel / Various Roles (uncredited)
Laura Wynne ... Hill's Angel / Various Roles (uncredited)

Season 16, Episode 2: For Ever Love

8 April 1985
Highlights of this edition include an updated version of "What a World"; "For Ever Love," a takeoff on mail-order music compilation advertisements and infomercials; Hill as a schoolmarm going on about changing the English language from a woman's point of view; Hill's Angels dancing at a seaside cabaret; and Fred Scuttle as a spokesman for a re-emerging British film industry, with a showing of the movie "Hullo Sailor."

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles
Jon Jon Keefe ... Himself / Various Roles

Louise English ... Herself / Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Jenny Lee Wright ... Herself / Various Roles
Sue Upton ... Herself / Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Len Keyes ... Various Roles
Hill's Angels ... Themselves - Dance Ensemble
Nicola Bacon ... Hill's Angel
Emma Bryant ... Hill's Angel
Lorraine Doyle ... Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Alison Thomas ... Hill's Angel
Helen Tozer ... Hill's Angel
Laura Wynne ... Hill's Angel / Various Roles (uncredited)

Season 16, Episode 3: Carmen

27 May 1985
Benny leads off with "Costa Coco"; two weather dolls come to life and then come together; a Scotsman continually strikes out in love; a new adaptation of "Carmen" with Benny adding new lyrics to Bizet's music; and for the close, Hill is dragged to a health farm by a little girl.

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles
Jon Jon Keefe ... Himself / Various Roles

Louise English ... Herself / Various Roles
Erica Lynley ... Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Sue Upton ... Herself / Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Len Keyes ... Various Roles
Alison Bell ... Alison
Kerry Gallagher ... Carmen
Jade Westbrook ... Hill's Little Angel
Hill's Angels ... Themselves - Dance Ensemble
The Ladybirds ... Themselves / Vocal Backing
Nicola Bacon ... Hill's Angel
Helen Tozer ... Hill's Angel
Emma Bryant ... Hill's Angel / Various Roles (uncredited)
Cyril Cross ... Guard (uncredited)
Lorraine Doyle ... Hill's Angel / Various Roles (uncredited)
Jenny Lee Wright ... Various Roles (uncredited)

Jane Leeves ... Hill's Angel (uncredited)
Derek Royle ... Vagrant (uncredited)
Jerold Wells ... Guard (uncredited)
Laura Wynne ... Hill's Angel / Various Roles (uncredited)

Season 16, Episode 4: Episode #16.4

30 December 1985


Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Eunice Black
Eddie Buchanan
Zena Clifton
Dee Dee Darlington
Jillianne Foot
Lee Gibson
Jenny Lee Wright ... Herself / Various Roles
Henry McGee ... Himself / Various Roles
Monika Ringwald
Leanne Robinson
Charles Stapley
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles
Jennifer Westbrook (as Jenny Westbrook)
Jackie Wright ... Himself / Various Roles

Season 17


Season 17, Episode 1: Episode #17.1

12 March 1986
Show begins with an elaborate musical number taking place on board a cruise ship circa 1930s, with Benny as the captain. Also featured: the saga of a bucket as it passes through different hands; a meeting of Hollywood producers at the Cannes Film Festival hit on the idea of developing a Biblical soap opera; Hill's Angels dance and sing at the "Chez When," including Louise English's performance of "La Vie en Rose"; Benny does a monologue taking on his reputation for sexism, and then closes with a nearsighted handyman hired to do work at a school for girls.

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Anna Dawson ... Various Roles
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles
Jon Jon Keefe ... Himself / Various Roles

Louise English ... Herself / Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Len Keyes ... Various Roles
Sydney Arnold (as Sidney Arnold)
Hill's Angels ... Themselves - Dance Ensemble
The Ladybirds ... Vocal Backing
Emma Bryant ... Hill's Angel (uncredited)
Lorraine Doyle ... Hill's Angel / Various Roles (uncredited)
Mike Mulloy ... Various Roles (uncredited)
Tracy Smith ... Hill's Angel (uncredited)
Samantha Spencer-Lane ... Hill's Angel (uncredited)
Alison Thomas ... Hill's Angel (uncredited)
Sue Upton ... Herself / Hill's Angel / Various Roles (uncredited)

Season 17, Episode 2: The Herd

31 March 1986
Benny leads off with a medley of some of his 1960s compositions; a middle-aged man's ghost frequents a hotel on a regular basis; "The Herd," a U.S. nighttime soap spoof with Hill as all the members of a wealthy family that loses everything after their cattle is wiped out by disease; Hill's Angels and Alison & Rebecca Marsh perform songs from "Cabaret" at the Cafe de l'Opera; a Swedish sex movie with strategically-placed subtitles and a German parody of "Crossroads"; and finally, Benny as a would-be artist gets into a tangle with a little girl.

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles
Anna Dawson ... Various Roles
Jon Jon Keefe ... Himself / Various Roles

Louise English ... Herself / Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Jenny Lee Wright ... Herself / Various Roles
Sue Upton ... Herself / Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Jerold Wells ... Various Roles
Alison Marsh ... Cabaret Performer
Rebecca Marsh ... Cabaret Performer
Lorraine Doyle ... Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Jade Westbrook ... Hill's Little Angel
Hill's Angels ... Themselves - Dance Ensemble
The Ladybirds ... Themselves / Vocal Backing
Vanessa Biddulph ... Hill's Angel
Tracy Smith ... Hill's Angel
Samantha Spencer-Lane ... Hill's Angel
Emma Bryant ... Hill's Angel (uncredited)
Lisa Maxwell ... Hill's Angel (uncredited)
Ted Taylor ... Himself - Pianist (uncredited)
Alison Thomas ... Hill's Angel (uncredited)

Season 17, Episode 3: Episode #17.3

16 April 1986
Show starts with Benny introducing girls from around the world at the 'Bijou Burlesque'; a series of street scenes set to the tune of "Funny Old World"; Hill explains the meanings of certain proverbs; a working-class husband and a sophisticated gent agree to swap their respective wives; two film editors discuss how to cut a sketch about a sign painter's misadventures; a parody of "Cagney & Lacey" with Benny playing both roles; and an evangelist and his dog walk on the grounds of a hospital.

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Anna Dawson ... Various Roles
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles
Helen Horton ... Various Roles
Jon Jon Keefe ... Himself / Various Roles
Lorraine Doyle ... Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Kathy Staff ... Various Roles
Len Keyes ... Various Roles
Christine Pilgrim
Sydney Arnold (as Sidney Arnold)
Sue Upton ... Herself / Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Hill's Angels ... Themselves - Dance Ensemble
The Ladybirds ... Vocal Backing
Vanessa Biddulph ... Hill's Angel
Tracy Smith ... Hill's Angel
Samantha Spencer-Lane ... Hill's Angel
Emma Bryant ... Hill's Angel (uncredited)
Alison Thomas ... Hill's Angel (uncredited)

Season 18


Season 18, Episode 1: The Halitosis Kid

13 January 1988
For the open, 'Brooklyn Benny' comes to a party thrown in his honor after his release from jail, as the focal point for a musical number, "It's a Hard Life"; the exploits of 'The Halitosis Kid'; a waiter offers menus based on the names of celebrities, followed by a Hill's Angels night on the town; Benny and the Little Angels go on an outdoor adventure; and for the close, a look into 'National Smile Week'.

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles
Anna Dawson ... Various Roles
Jon Jon Keefe ... Himself / Various Roles
Jerold Wells ... Various Roles
Derek Deadman ... Various Roles
Johnny Hutch ... Various Roles
Sue Upton ... Herself / Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Lorraine Doyle ... Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Mike Mulloy ... Various Roles
Zoe Bryant ... Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Sharon Kiel ... Hill's Angel
Gary O'Bee ... Various Roles
Martin Slater ... Various Roles
Hill's Angels ... Themselves - Dance Ensemble
Adam Johnstone ... Hill's Little Angel
Joanna Kirkland ... Hill's Little Angel
Jade Westbrook ... Hill's Little Angel
Louise Whatling ... Hill's Little Angel
Richard Whatling ... Hill's Little Angel
The Ladybirds ... Themselves / Vocal Backing

Season 18, Episode 2: Episode #18.2

27 April 1988
'Bronco' Benny starts off the show with "Star Names"; a series of vignettes about joggers; two birds converse in front of a window; Hill's Angels perform at the "Club Chic a Go-Go," with the showcase act "Tanya and Her Performing Men"; and for the close a sign painter in a banana republic gets into a series of misadventures in advance of celebrations for the country's president.

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles
Anna Dawson ... Various Roles
Jon Jon Keefe ... Himself / Various Roles
Derek Deadman ... Various Roles
Johnny Hutch ... Various Roles
Sue Upton ... Herself / WonderGran / Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Lorraine Doyle ... Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Christine Pilgrim
Gary O'Bee ... Various Roles
Duncan Pettigrew ... Various Roles
Hill's Angels ... Themselves - Dance Ensemble
The Ladybirds ... Themselves / Vocal Backing
Brendan Keaney ... Jogger with Olympic Torch
Lyndsey Cole ... Hill's Angel (uncredited)
Adam Johnstone ... Hill's Little Angel (uncredited)
Mike Mulloy ... Various Roles (uncredited)
Richard Whatling ... Hill's Little Angel (uncredited)

Season 19


Season 19, Episode 1: The Crook Report

8 February 1989
Benny leads his cast in a square dance during the opening number; havoc is wreaked during a birthday party for one of the "Little Angels"; Fred Scuttle becomes a tabloid newspaper publisher; Hill's Angels perform dance routines relating to sports; a latecoming guest attempts to discreetly eat a meal during a speech; and for the close, a crusading TV journalist and his crew break into the wrong house in his quest for another exposé.

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles
Anna Dawson ... Various Roles
Jon Jon Keefe ... Himself / Various Roles
Johnny Hutch ... Various Roles
Duggie Small ... Various Roles
Sue Upton ... Herself / WonderGran / Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Lorraine Doyle ... Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Carla Wansey ... TV News Reporter (as Carla De Wansey)

Albert Moses ... Apu Dhurani
Jennifer Westbrook ... Various Roles (as Jenny Westbrook)
Mike Mulloy ... Various Roles
Hill's Angels ... Themselves - Dance Ensemble
Joanna Kirkland ... Hill's Little Angel
Jade Westbrook ... Hill's Little Angel
Louise Whatling ... Hill's Little Angel
Adam Johnstone ... Hill's Little Angel
Richard Whatling ... Hill's Little Angel
The Ladybirds ... Themselves / Vocal Backing
Susie Waring ... Hill's Angel
Barbie Denham ... Girl Chased by Benny Hill (uncredited)
Frances Wingate ... Hill's Angel (uncredited)

Season 19, Episode 2: Holding Out for a Hero

5 April 1989
Highlights of this episode include: a look of heroes through the ages; a Hill's Angels photocall, "The Seven Foolish Virgins - Well, Six Anyway"; suitcases come to life and attack passersby; a Kabaret with Otto Schtuk; a silent routine with Sue Upton playing Stan Laurel to Benny's Oliver Hardy; Chow Mein as a waiter in a fancy house; and an ending sketch with a jungle explorer eluding natives seeking to cook him for dinner.

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles
Anna Dawson ... Various Roles
Jon Jon Keefe ... Himself / Various Roles
Duggie Small ... Various Roles
Sue Upton ... Herself / Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Lorraine Doyle ... Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Mike Mulloy ... Various Roles
Hill's Angels ... Themselves - Dance Ensemble
Joanna Kirkland ... Hill's Little Angel
The Ladybirds ... Vocal Backing
Francesca Boulter ... Vocal Backing
Jade Westbrook ... Hill's Little Angel
Richard Whatling ... Hill's Little Angel
Adam Johnstone ... Hill's Little Angel
Louise Whatling ... Hill's Little Angel
Johnny Hutch ... Various Roles (uncredited)

Albert Moses ... Native (uncredited)

Season 19, Episode 3: Episode #19.3

1 May 1989
Highlights of Benny's final show for Thames include his last rendition of "Pepys' Diary"; a cop show, "The Good Guys"; Hill's Angels performing variations on title sequences of various TV shows ("The Bill," "Tales of the Unexpected," "Boon"); and finally, Benny and the Little Angels go fishing and get involved in various misadventures involving a trio of escaped prisoners and pursuing policewomen.

Benny Hill ... Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ... Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Bob Todd ... Himself / Various Roles
Anna Dawson ... Various Roles
Jon Jon Keefe ... Himself / Various Roles
Johnny Hutch ... Various Roles
Derek Deadman ... Various Roles
Jerold Wells ... Various Roles (as Jerrold Wells)
Lorraine Doyle ... Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Sue Upton ... Herself / Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Mike Mulloy ... Various Roles
Hill's Angels ... Themselves - Dance Ensemble
Joanna Kirkland ... Hill's Little Angel
Jade Westbrook ... Hill's Little Angel
Richard Whatling ... Hill's Little Angel
Adam Johnstone ... Hill's Little Angel
Louise Whatling ... Hill's Little Angel
The Ladybirds ... Vocal Backing
Carla Wansey ... Various Roles (uncredited)

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