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Britain's 50 Greatest Comedy Sketches (2005)

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Noddy Holder is credited as "The Real Noddy Holder" because he is commenting on the "Slade in Residence - Christmas Day" sketch from The Smell of Reeves and Mortimer (1993), which features the cast of the show imitating the members of Slade, including Noddy Holder. See more »

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The 50 Greatest Comedy Sketches
13 June 2005 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This was quite an important list to me, it wasn't like 100 Greatest because obviously it was shorter. Tom Baker who narrates Little Britain narrated this programme to discover who the public had voted the number one sketch show sketch. With contributions by David Baddiel, Sanjeev Bhaskar, Tony Blackburn, John Cleese, Barry Cryer, Simon Day, Sir David Frost, Terry Gilliam, Charlie Higson, Ian Hislop, Noddy Holder, Graham Linehan, David Walliams and Matt Lucas, Rory McGrath, David Mitchell and Robert Webb, Bob Mortimer, Mike Myers, Denis Norden, Tracy-Ann Oberman, Bill Oddie, Michael Palin, Nicholas Parsons, Geoffrey Perkins, Steve Punt, Vic Reeves, Griff Rhys Jones, Joan Rivers, Tony Robinson, Cleo Rocos, Arthur Smith, Meera Syal, John Thomson, Arabella Weir and Paul Whitehouse. There were sketches from The League of Gentlemen, Monty Python's Flying Circus, Harry Enfield & Chums, The Fast Show, Little Britain and many other shows. The sketches that stood out were Daffyd Thomas, Ministry of Silly Walks, Circus Comes To Town, Ted & Ralph - The Drinking Game, Vicky Pollard - Swimming Pool, Masterchef and the winner, Lou & Andy - Swimming Pool. Very good!


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