Show opens with a host of all-time favorites, followed by Benny performing "The Beach at Waikiki" with Diana Darvey performing a striptease; a look at the life and times of music composer ... See full summary »

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Henry McGee ...
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Bob Todd ...
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Stella Moray ...
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Diana Darvey ...
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Jackie Wright ...
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Lee Gibson ...
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Samantha Stevens ...
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Bill Weston ...
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Anne Bruzac ...
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Show opens with a host of all-time favorites, followed by Benny performing "The Beach at Waikiki" with Diana Darvey performing a striptease; a look at the life and times of music composer Gavin Blod; Lee Gibson performs "The Moment of Truth"; a Tennessee Williams takeoff, "Long Dry Summer"; and for the close, a spoof of "New Faces" with Benny as the host, the leader of a family act, and all the panelists. Written by W.B.

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8 January 1975 (UK)  »

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The Beach at Waikiki
Written and Performed by Benny Hill
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