The Benny Hill Show (1969–1989)
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Episode #13.2 

Benny starts the show with "Unlucky Luke," then he and Jenny Lee-Wright reprise their respective roles for a remake of "Learning All the Time"; Hill's Angels do a dance at a Little Dimpton ... See full summary »

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Himself - Host / Various
Henry McGee ...
Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Bob Todd ...
Himself / Various Roles
Jackie Wright ...
Himself / Various Roles
Bella Emberg ...
Various Roles
Jon Jon Keefe ...
Himself / Various Roles
Alison Bell ...
Hill's Angel / Various Roles
Cyril Cross ...
Various Roles
Ken Sedd ...
Various Roles
Jenny Lee Wright ...
Herself / Various Roles
Denise Gyngell ...
Hill's Angel (as Denise Gymgell)
Terry Jones ...
Hill's Angel (as Tee Jay)
Samantha Spencer-Lane ...
Hill's Angel
Cheryl Mortimer ...
Hill's Angel
Lisa Price ...
Hill's Angel
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Benny starts the show with "Unlucky Luke," then he and Jenny Lee-Wright reprise their respective roles for a remake of "Learning All the Time"; Hill's Angels do a dance at a Little Dimpton street party; Hill as a schoolgirl reminiscing about a favorite teacher; a middle-aged man uses a video remote to control everything around him; and the famous "Mimed Striptease" with Benny as a clown who strips to a mere skeleton. Written by W.B.

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10 February 1982 (UK)  »

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Written by Marc Cerrone and Alec Constandinos
Performed by Ronnie Aldrich and His Orchestra with The Ladybirds
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