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Julian Barratt (written by) &
Noel Fielding (written by)
Original Air Date:
9 August 2005 (Season 2, Episode 3)
Vince and Howard attempt to impress some goth girls by stealing and using Naboo's dark spells book. They raise one of the most horrid of demons, Nanatoo, and it's up to them to make things right before she ransacks the city. | Add synopsis »
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 (Episode Cast) (in credits order) (complete, awaiting verification)

Julian Barratt ... Howard Moon / Dennis

Noel Fielding ... Vince Noir / The Moon / Tony Harrison
Michael Fielding ... Naboo
Dave Brown ... Bollo / Victim

Rich Fulcher ... Bingo Announcer

Richard Ayoade ... Saboo
Siobhan Coughlan (as Siobhan Coughlin)
Sue Denim ... Ebola
Kelly Dent
Dee Plume ... Anthrax (as Dee Gaitskell)

Margaret John ... Nanatoo

Jeanne Mockford ... Old Lady (as Jean Mockford)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Dianne Fielding ... Diane (uncredited)
Kirk Gaitskell-Kendrick ... Kirk (uncredited)
Jeanie Gold ... Nana (uncredited)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Paul King 
Writing credits
Julian Barratt (written by) &
Noel Fielding (written by)

Produced by
Julian Barratt .... associate producer
Steve Coogan .... executive producer
Sally Cooper .... line producer
Noel Fielding .... associate producer
Alison MacPhail .... executive producer
Spencer Millman .... producer
Henry Normal .... executive producer
Original Music by
Julian Barratt 
Cinematography by
John Sorapure (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Alan Levy 
Production Design by
James Dillon 
Costume Design by
June Nevin 
Makeup Department
Sangeet Prabhaker .... creature effects
Sangeet Prabhaker .... special makeup effects artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Mark Hedges .... first assistant director
Cecilia Testa .... second assistant director
Art Department
Kevin Day .... stand-by prop
Sound Department
Julian Bale .... boom operator
Nigel Edwards .... dubbing mixer
Andrew Godwin .... dubbing mixer
Visual Effects by
Adam Leary .... digital effects artist
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Simon Penman .... costume assistant
Kate Williams .... costume assistant
Editorial Department
Perry Gibbs .... colorist

Series Crew
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Art Department
Emma Godwin .... trainee art department assistant
Special Effects by
Wilma Dunn .... special effects coordinator
Scott McIntyre .... special effects
Charlie Olsen .... special effects technician
Transportation Department
Rob MacKnight .... transportation coordinator

Additional Details

27 min (DVD version)

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4 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
One of the best, 31 January 2008
Author: Jamie Ward from United Kingdom

I really enjoyed this episode and although it did have a few low points here and there, it's still one of the best from Boosh that I've seen to date. The writing and overall style of the show has now completely evolved into something coherent and interesting. Before now the guys seemed to be throwing around ideas, experimenting with this and that, which worked some times and at others didn't. With the opening couple of shows of series two however it's clear that they have found a distinct style that not only capture's the brilliance of the first season, but allows the progression and creativity that the show thrives on at the same time.

This episode in particular features one of the best plots of the series for me, allowing room for lots of great gags both physical and verbal. I especially loved seeing Howard dressed up as a goth and describing his toilet habits with the girls. The whole evil granny idea (although a little cliché) worked quite well too, but I didn't feel it added much on it's own to the episode other than opening up some great moments with the guys. The episode's song was also brilliant and fit it well, sticking to that same brilliant Boosh formula yet still being distinct from past creations.

So definitely one of my favourites from the series thus far, I just hope they can keep up the pace!

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