The Benny Hill Show (1969–1989)
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The Sound of Frankenstein 

Benny starts off this edition with "My Garden of Love", then leads into a sketch about a hitch-hiker being taken in by a married older woman; Fred Scuttle describes upcoming new offerings ... See full summary »

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Episode cast overview:
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Himself - Host / Various
Eira Heath ...
Herself / Various Roles
Nicholas Parsons ...
Himself / Announcer / Various Roles
Patricia Hayes ...
Herself / Various Roles
Jimmy Thompson ...
Various Roles
Nicole Shelby ...
Various Roles
The Ladybirds ...
Themselves / Vocal Backing
Michael Sharvell-Martin ...
Various Roles
Bill Drysdale ...
Cotillion Dancer
Walter Cartier ...
Cotillion Dancer
Terry Day ...
Cotillion Dancer
Sue Bishop ...
Various Roles
David Hamilton ...
Himself / Announcer
Valerie St. John ...
Various Roles
Pippa Reynaud ...
Dancer
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Storyline

Benny starts off this edition with "My Garden of Love", then leads into a sketch about a hitch-hiker being taken in by a married older woman; Fred Scuttle describes upcoming new offerings from Thames, including a "racy" new program called "Rogue Nudist"; The Ladybirds perform "This Girl's in Love with You"; Benny as country singer "Dickie Dido" duets with Eira Heath on "Golden Days"; Hill winds up on the short end of the stick at a cotillion dance; and for the finale, a mini-musical, "The Sound of Frankenstein". Written by W.B.

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11 March 1970 (UK)  »

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Edited into The Benny Hill Show: The Monte Carbolic Show (1982) See more »

Soundtracks

This Girl's in Love with You
(uncredited)
Music by Burt Bacharach
Lyrics by Hal David
Performed by The Ladybirds
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