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Norman Ormal: A Very Political Turtle (1998)

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Norman Ormal / Geoffrey Hush / Douglas Weird / Terry Major-Ormal / Julian Bitchily / Alan Swagg / Dame Shirley Mess / Sir Marcus Catflapp / John Selwyn Swott / Edwina Slaggy / Tony Blair
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Felicity Ormal
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Normanna Ormal
Jimmy Gardner ...
Old Man
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Jack Student
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Herself
Alice Palmer ...
Young Normanna
Robert Whitelock ...
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Crap Actor Man 2
Eddie Osei ...
Arab Sheikh
Donna Ewin ...
Gaynor Slutt
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1 November 1998 (UK)  »

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Normal Ormal, oikein poliittinen kilpikonna  »

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Vote for Harry
7 November 2002 | by See all my reviews

`Norman Ormal ... ` is a broad satire on British politics during the years of the Thatcher Conservative government of the nineteen eighties. English comedian Harry Enfield in a series of deliberately bad wigs impersonates many cabinet ministers of the time. One well-known female politician (and author) is renamed Edwina Slagg - perceptive in the light of recent major revelations! This hour-long spoof documentary is basically a showcase for Enfield's cleverness and I found it very funny.

A knowledge of recent British political events would be most helpful but lines like `Loyalty has always been my greatest weakness' should strike a chord in any parliamentary democracy.


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