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Ball-Trap on the Cote Sauvage (1989)

Joe and Sarah Marriot is a pair of European campers who have pitched their tent for a little R & R at a campsite in France. The other families that have come to the site on holiday provide ... See full summary »

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Joe Marriot
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Sarah Marriot
Katerina Hadjimatheou ...
Lisa Marriot
Jamie Groves ...
Tom Marriot (as James Groves)
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Early Bird
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Smiley Face
Victoria Shalet ...
Anna
Amy Melhuish ...
Chloe
Edward Holmes ...
James
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Topless
Erika Hoffman ...
Mrs. Topless
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Fitness
Liz Whiting ...
Mrs. Fitness
Terry Sue-Patt ...
Young Fitness (as Terry Sue Patt)
Nicholas Barnes ...
Paul Britcamp
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Joe and Sarah Marriot is a pair of European campers who have pitched their tent for a little R & R at a campsite in France. The other families that have come to the site on holiday provide great comedy and plenty of people watching for the "perfect" Marriots. Of course, you'd expect hilarity from characters dubbed the Fitness Family, Mr. and Mrs. Topless, Fatty Granada, and the In-the-Trades. But the Marriots' enjoyment of observing the outside world turns inward when the entrance of Early Bird, a free-spirited female, shakes up their little nest. Written by Ørnås

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27 December 1989 (UK)  »

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Ball-Trap on the Côte Sauvage  »

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In the very first scene, the car with Zoe Wanamaker and Jack Shepherd passes a French road sign which says "Au Revior" instead of the correct "Au Revoir" See more »

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