A bunch of fit Royal Marines are coming to the camp to give a display of gymnastics. Having seen off aspiring keyboard player Trevor, Peggy accompanies them on the organ but her poor ... See full summary »

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Ted Bovis
Ruth Madoc ...
Gladys Pugh
Jeffrey Holland ...
Spike Dixon
Su Pollard ...
Peggy Ollerenshaw
David Griffin ...
Squadron Leader Clive Dempster DFC
Felix Bowness ...
Fred Quilley
Diane Holland ...
Yvonne Stuart-Hargreaves
Ben Aris ...
Julian Dalrymple-Sykes
Nikki Kelly ...
Sylvia Garnsey
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April
David Webb ...
Stanley Matthews (as The Webb Twins)
Tony Webb ...
Bruce Matthews (as The Webb Twins)
Chris Andrews ...
Gary
Laura Jackson ...
Dawn
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Sammy
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A bunch of fit Royal Marines are coming to the camp to give a display of gymnastics. Having seen off aspiring keyboard player Trevor, Peggy accompanies them on the organ but her poor playing confuses them and they are a laughing stock. Ted takes up the challenge from their sergeant that the Yellowcoats are as fit as his boys and a running race is organized. The camp's staff win by cheating as two of the Yellowcoat lads are twins and one takes the other's place near the winning post. The Maplin's staff win the cash prize, which Peggy gives to Trevor to send him to music school. Written by don @ minifie-1

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26 December 1987 (UK)  »

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Young Trevor whom Peggy, because of Ted thinks is a young pianist prodigy is Perry Benson. He goes on to costar in two future TV shows with Ted, Spike and Peggy, You Rang M'Lord and Oh Doctor Beeching. See more »

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