Contestants vie for incriminating photos in "The Blackmail Game"; a boxer spars with schoolgirls.

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Sir William / Butler / Headmaster / Waitress / Mr. Englebert Humperdinck / Doctor
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The Announcer / Mr. Cutler / Mr. Eric Praline / Ken Clean-Air Systems / Colonel Type
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Nude Organist / Second German Officer / Animated Anatomical Man / Second Smith / Neddy / Teddy
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Toastmaster / Brooky / 'Prawn Salad Accidents' Man / Third Smith / Butcher who is alternately rude and polite / Mrs. Clean Air Systems / Jack
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'Blackmail' Address Reader / Member of RSFPTOTOOT / German Sergeant / Floor Manager / man in a green baize apron / First Smith / Mrs. Nellie Air-Vent / Critic
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BBC Announcer / It's Man / 'Blackmail' Presenter / Barnes / Policeman / Bishop / Schoolmaster / Padre / City Gent / Boxing documentary narrator / Trainer / Master of Ceremonies
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Maid / Maureen Spencer
Ian Davidson ...
Fritz
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Schoolgirl / Petula Wilcox
Lyn Ashley ...
Schoolgirl (as Mrs. Idle)
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Contestants vie for incriminating photos in "The Blackmail Game"; a boxer spars with schoolgirls.

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27 October 1970 (UK)  »

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Goofs

In the sketch about the Royal Society for Putting Things on Top of Other Things, the shots from outside the open window show a window that is open much higher than the shots from the inside. See more »

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Toastmaster: Gentlemen, pray silence for the President of the Royal Society for Putting Things on Top of Other Things.
Sir William: Thank you, gentlemen. The year has been a good one for the society. This year, our members have put more things on top of other things than ever before. But I should warn you, this is no time for complacency. No, there are still many things, and I cannot emphasize this too strongly, *not on top of other things.* I myself, on my way here, saw a thing that was not on top of another thing in ...
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Connections

Spoofs Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (1954) See more »

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Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head
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Written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David
Performed by Graham Chapman
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