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Julie-Anne Blythen ...
Irma
Tracey Booth ...
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George
Harry Fowler ...
Ted Bentley
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Lily-May
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Harry
Jaynee Jordan ...
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Michelle Jordan ...
Martin Twin
Chrissie Kendall ...
Gloria
André Maranne ...
Dr Pierre
Nichola McAuliffe ...
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Nancy Nevinson ...
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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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man remembers the highs and lows of his life
31 October 2008 | by (southwest US) – See all my reviews

Part of the BBC Noel Coward collection, "Me & the Girls" opens with a man ("George", played by Tom Courtenay) in a hospital bed, reminiscing about the days gone by with his dance troupe. Then we're back in the hospital room, with a man saying good night to him, and his various friends pop by to say hello and catch up, like Mavis (Nichola McAuliffe). She was also the voice of James Bond's car, and was in Dr. Who. Lots of flashbacks going on, like with ex-lover Robert Glenister ("Harry" ), who was ALSO in the Dr. Who series. Another friend who stops by is Catherine Rabett (Sally), who had actually dated Prince Andrew for a bit. Open, honest, early British story of a charming gay man, dying in the hospital, remembering the highs and lows of his life. Too bad they don't list the music used in this - there is a beautiful classical piece they use over and over, but I can't place it - hopefully someone else can....?


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