Among "historical" impersonations are Cardinal Richelieu as Petula Clark and Julius Caesar as Eddie Waring. Also: a police fairy tale; a vegetarian restaurant's menu, featuring a naked man with an apple in his mouth.

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Cast

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Voiceover #1 / Douglas / Albatross Seller / Inspector / Nurse / Interviewer / First 'Probe-Around' Host / Policeman at Ouija Board / Beryl / Flight Lieutenant Ken Frankenstein (Mrs.) / Dr. Larch (voice)
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Headmaster / Vicar / Florence Nightingale / Marcel Marceau / Trevor Atkinson / Crossdressing Sergeant / Surgeon
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Shirley / Advertisement Announcer / Dr. Walters / Julius Caesar / Eric / Fairy Godmother / Second 'Probe Around' Host / Letter Writer Against the 'Mr. Atilla the Hun' Sketch and the Next Letter / Squatter
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Intermission Announcer / Waiter / Albatross Person / Mr. Burtenshaw / Second Gumby / Napoleon / City Gent / Policeman with Wand / Very, Very, Very Stupid Policeman / Chief Constable / Mr. Phelps
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It's Man / Head Waiter / Hopkins / Luigi Vercotti / Robbed Man / First Gumby / Wally Wiggin / Cardinal Richelieu / Michael / Inspector Harry H 'Snapper' Organs / Mr. Atilla the Hun (Mr. Alexander the Great) / Brigadier Zoe La Rue (deceased) / Mr. Notlob
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Voiceover #2 / Knight with Chicken / Burglar (voice)
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Sister / Receptionist / Hippie Woman
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Among "historical" impersonations are Cardinal Richelieu as Petula Clark and Julius Caesar as Eddie Waring. Also: a police fairy tale; a vegetarian restaurant's menu, featuring a naked man with an apple in his mouth.

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11 January 1970 (UK)  »

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Trivia

The word "albatross" is spoken thirteen times in this episode. See more »

Goofs

During the "Mr. Attila the Hun" sketch, Terry Jones is wearing a fake mustache that he has to occasionally touch to keep from falling off. At one point in the sketch, rather than break character, he decides to incorporate it as a joke. After excusing himself to Michael Palin's character, he rips off the mustache, throws it in his policeman's hat, and puts the hat back on his head. See more »

Quotes

Surgeon: Ah come in, please take a seat. My colleague who has a similar office has explained your case to me. Mr. Notlob, as you know I am a leading Harley Street surgeon as seen on television.
[Puts needle down on gramophone; "Dr. Kildare" theme begins playing]
Surgeon: I'm afraid I'm going to have to operate. It's nothing to worry about, although it is extremely dangerous. I shall be juggling with your life, I shall be playing ducks and drakes with your very existence, I shall be running me mitts over the pith ...
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Connections

References A Summer Place (1959) See more »

Soundtracks

Theme from 'A Summer Place'
Written by Max Steiner
Performed by Percy Faith and His Orchestra
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