A change from street clothes to swim trunks turns into a burlesque act; a karate class exercises defense tactics against fresh fruit; a man tries to buy a book about false teeth.

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Marge / The Colonel / Policeman / Mr. Harrison (Apricot) / The Big Cheese / Singer
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Voice Over #1 / Janet / RSM Teaching Self-Defense / Man with Rustic monologue / Stapleton the Bookseller
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Viking with one line / animated man who wants to show his latest operation
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Singer in the Cardiff Rooms, Libya / Fourth man who is interested in pointed sticks / Arthur Lemming / Voice Over #2
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Gentleman stripper / Mr. Thompson (Tinned Peach) / Brian
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It's Man / An Art Critic / Man who peeks into a beach hut / Second Man in Self-defense class / Lafarge
Dick Vosburgh ...
Van der Berg
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Nurse
Katya Wyeth ...
The Art Critic's Wife / Girl Seducing the Singer
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A change from street clothes to swim trunks turns into a burlesque act; a karate class exercises defense tactics against fresh fruit; a man tries to buy a book about false teeth.

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26 October 1969 (UK)  »

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Goofs

At the beginning of the episode, when the "It's" man is thrown off a cliff (quite clearly a dummy) the cut between the point after the man hits the ground (just out of view) and when he starts crawls up to the camera is very obvious; the gravel on the ground suddenly rearranges. Also the two men who throw the dummy off the cliff are visible, this may be unintentional (since the "It's" man is usually alone). See more »

Quotes

RSM Teaching Self-Defense: [as the two remaining students are stalking him with raspberrys] Now, the first thing to do when you're being stalked by an ugly mob with raspberrys is to release the tiger!
[Pulls a lever releasing a tiger after the students; RSM continues to speak]
RSM Teaching Self-Defense: The great advantage of the tiger in unarmed combat is that not only does he eat the raspberry-laden foe, but also the raspberry. The tiger, however, does not relish the peach. The peach assailant should be attacked with a crocidile.
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Connections

References What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962) See more »

Soundtracks

Jerusalem
Music by Sir Charles Hubert Hastings Parry (uncredited)
Lyrics by William Blake (uncredited)
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