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Julie-Anne Blythen ...
Irma
Tracey Booth ...
Sue (as Tracy Booth)
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George
Harry Fowler ...
Ted Bentley
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Lily-May
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Harry
Jaynee Jordan ...
Martin Twin
Michelle Jordan ...
Martin Twin
Chrissie Kendall ...
Gloria
André Maranne ...
Dr Pierre
Nichola McAuliffe ...
Mavis
Nancy Nevinson ...
Sister Dominique
Olivier Pierre ...
Michel
Tessa Pritchard ...
Bonny
Catherine Rabett ...
Sally
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1 December 1985 (UK)  »

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Mavis: What about Ronnie in Paris?
George: What ABOUT Ronnie in Paris?
Mavis: Don't you think he should be told?
George: Mavis, if you write a word to Ronnie, I'll beat the sh** out of you, weak as I am, in my bed of pain!
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Let's Face the Music and Dance
Written by Irving Berlin
Sung by Tom Courtenay & dance partner
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A lovely and touching story
19 November 2001 | by (Houston Texas) – See all my reviews

This is a quite beautiful story of a gay man dying of cancer. He thinks back on his life with "the girls" (the dance group of which he is the manager and single male performer) and with the love of his life, Harry, tragically killed. A great performance by Tom Courtenay that should be on tape. One of the few stories by Noel Coward that features an openly gay leading character.


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