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Spitting Image: The Ronnie and Nancy Show (1987)

As First Lady Nancy Reagan holds an celebrity-filled anniversary party at the White House, President Ronald Reagan's aides desperately attempt to prevent an unprovoked nuclear attack he accidentally ordered.

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As First Lady Nancy Reagan holds an celebrity-filled anniversary party at the White House, President Ronald Reagan's aides desperately attempt to prevent an unprovoked nuclear attack he accidentally ordered.

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So long ago...
8 March 2006 | by (Switzerland) – See all my reviews

It was in 1988, when I saw "The Ronnie and Nancy Show" for the first time (on Austrian television). At that time, I was already a very big fan of Spitting Image (since when it won the bronze rose of the Montreux Film Festival in 1986). Of course I recorded every show on tape and watched it again and again - especially "The Ronnie and Nancy Show". I remember that scene when Ronnie stood in front of a painting of Abraham Lincoln (thinking it was a mirror) and said to himself "I need a shave". Or most amusing of all, when he played ball with his dog

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It's such a shame, that Spitting Image seems to fall into oblivion; it was one of the most fantastic and most intelligent made TV-shows ever. Compared to other satirical broadcasts it was definitely the best of all.

Well, almost 20 years have passed since then, and I wish I could see the show again. Is it possible to purchase it from someone... somewhere?


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