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Peter Glaze ...
 Himself - Regular (309 episodes, 1960-1979)
Bert Hayes ...
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Jillian Comber ...
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Eamonn Andrews ...
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It's Friday, it's five to 5, it's Crackerjack!!!
28 January 2003 | by (Sydney, Australia) – See all my reviews

4.55pm on a Friday evening, and kids up and down the UK were shouting at their screen, "Crackerjack". Anyone who is between 25 ad 55 will remember doing this.

It was a comedy show for kids, with the comedy initially coming from the likes of Leslie Crowther and Ronnie Corbett in the 50's, and ending with Stu Francis and the Krankies, with gunge and less than subtle gags, all the way up to 1984.

By then, it had become a little out-dated and so, it was time to say goodbye to a much-loved children's programme.


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