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When Mr. Humphries takes over as head of the mens-wear department at Bone Brothers in Australia, his character and experiences remain exactly the same as it was behind the counter in Grace Brothers in England. Written by
David McAnally <D.McAnally@uq.net.au>
Apart from Mr. Humphries the staff were renamed from the UK originals, causing John Inman problems - not unsurprisingly, he would occasionally slip up and refer to a character's British counterpart. To circumvent this problem the Bone Brothers personnel were given ID badges to wear, helping the actor. See more »