In this final episode of 'Are You Being Served?' it appears as though Mr.Spooner will be sacked. But after a raving review by a local newspaper for his singing performance at the recent ... See full summary »

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In this final episode of 'Are You Being Served?' it appears as though Mr.Spooner will be sacked. But after a raving review by a local newspaper for his singing performance at the recent concert, a record company offers him a contract. Meanwhile, the whole staff eagerly awaits to be cast as back-up singers. The stars of the show end it in style with a musical performance to remember. Written by Nadia Nassar

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The idea for this episode was inspired by the fact that Mike Berry, who played Bert Spooner, was actually a chart topping singer of the early sixties. His band, Mike Berry and the Outlaws, had hits with 'Don't You a think it's Time' and 'Tribute to Buddy Holly'. See more »

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This episode does not end with the series' regular theme tune, but rather with the whole gang performing "Chanson d'Amour". See more »

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Chanson D'Amour
(1958) (uncredited)
Music and Lyrics by Wayne Shanklin
Performed by John Inman, Mollie Sugden, Wendy Richard, Mike Berry,
Frank Thornton and Nicholas Smith.
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