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Sunday for Sammy 2004 (2004)

A spectacular variety show, filled with the cream on North East talent, performed to raise money in memory of the late North East actor, Sammy Johnson, to give the next generation of North East talent a helping hand.

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Himself
Chris Bostock ...
Emperor Hadrian
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Richard Hillman
Brendan P. Healy ...
Himself
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Dennis Patterson
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Himself - Roman Messenger
Sammy Johnson ...
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Angela Lonsdale ...
Herself
Billy Mitchell ...
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Oz Osborne
Peter Peverley ...
Bobby Thompson
Ray Stubbs ...
Himself
Denise Welch ...
Herself
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Neville Hope
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Performed Bi-Annually, these are always sell out shows. This show, the third, and the first to be recorded for DVD/Video release, was the best ever, with Jimmy Nail, Tim Healy and Kevin Whatley performing more live Auf Wiedersehen, Pet, AC/DC's Brian Johnson joining in the acting and Singing, as well as stand up comedy from the likes of Brendan Healy and Peter Peverley, The Soup Entertainment company, and many many others. This event alone raised over £80,000 for the Sammy Johnson memorial fund. Written by Paul Armstrong

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3 May 2004 (UK)  »

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Peter Peverley appears in this show paying his regular tribute to famous North East comedian Bobby Thompson, "The little Waster". So accurate is his portrayal of him, the Thompson family gave him Bobby's original clothes/costume to perform his act in, and he is seen wearing them at this concert. See more »

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References Auf Wiedersehen, Pet (1983) See more »

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