Foam-rubber snow and a stuffed lion are featured in a scene from "Scott of the Antarctic"; a football match is waged between gynecologists and Long John Silver impersonators.

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Chris Conger / Cliff Morgan / Various
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James McRettin / Announcer / Mr. Eric Praline / Various
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Philip Jenkinson / Gerry Schlick / Various
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Stig / Ensign Oates / Various
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Scott of the Antarctic / The 'It's' Man / Post Office Worker / Various Roles
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Animated Carnival Barker / Conrad Poohs (photograph)
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Foam-rubber snow and a stuffed lion are featured in a scene from "Scott of the Antarctic"; a football match is waged between gynecologists and Long John Silver impersonators.

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1 December 1970 (UK)  »

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Trivia

The scene where Carol Cleaveland loses her bra on a cacti had to be re-shot because costumer Hazel Pethig ran into camera shot to cover up Carol. See more »

Goofs

In the beginning of the "Scott of the Antarctic" sketch, the Scott character is refereed to as Lieutenant Scott. His name is then switched to Captain Scott. See more »

Quotes

Post Office Worker: Are all of your pets called Eric?
Mr. Eric Praline: There's nothing so odd about that! Kemal Ataturk had an entire menagerie called Abdul.
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The opening titles appear 17 1/2 minutes into the episode. See more »

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Featured in Brows Held High: Alice (2011) See more »

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La Marseillaise
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Written by Claude Joseph Rouget de Lisle
Hummed by Terry Jones
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