Benny leads off with "Flying South", then shows examples of "Shameful Moments of Sport"; musical performances by guests Petticoat and Vine ("Welcome to the World of Love and Laughter") and Kiki Dee ("You've Made Me So Very Happy"); two couples swap partners in "Henry and Alice and Bob and Mary"; more examples of TV bloopers; a look at crime in Britain; an unsuccessful actor tries to woo a married woman behind her old husband's back in "Love Will Find a Way"; and for the close, "Top of the Tops" with Benny impersonating Jimmy Savile, Tony Blackburn, and many of the musical acts. Written by
Did You Know?
The "Love Will Find a Way" sketch that originated from this show was the only one from any of the black-and-white shows to have been included in U.S. syndication, as well as being featured in The Best of Benny Hill
(1974). See more
Only the Lonely
Written and Performed by Benny Hill See more