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The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Goes to the Bathroom 

A half-inch-tall man appears on a talk show; a town's women's guild reenacts Pearl Harbor; the entire Royal Philharmonic Orchestra retires to the restroom.

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Voiceover #1 / Inspector Tiger / Jimmy Buzzard / Ken Dove / A.J.P. Taylor / Professor Enid Gumby (voice)
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Voiceover #2 / First Undertaker / Chief Superintendent Lookout / Interviewer / Mr. Thomas Walters / Regius Professor F.H. Gumby / Miss Rita Fairbanks (voice)
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Second Undertaker / Assistant Chief Constable Theresamanbehindyer / Ali Bayan / Keith Maniac
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It's Man / Man Outside Bathroom / Voiceover #3 / Constable / 'Interesting Pepole Compère / Professor Gert van der Whoops / Professor R.J. Gumby (voice)
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Various Roles
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Lady Amanda Velloper / A.J.P. Taylor
Ian Davidson ...
Brain Surgeon / Chief Constable Fire
Maureen Flanagan ...
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A half-inch-tall man appears on a talk show; a town's women's guild reenacts Pearl Harbor; the entire Royal Philharmonic Orchestra retires to the restroom.

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28 December 1969 (UK)  »

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Trivia

The only lines that Jimmy Buzzard (John Cleese) says are "Good evening, Brian," "Well, Brian.....I'm opening a boutique," "I hit the ball the first time and there it was in the back of the net," and "I've fallen off my chair, Brian." See more »

Quotes

Inspector Tiger: This house is surrounded. I'm afraid I must not ask anyone to leave the room.
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Inspector Tiger: No, I must ask nobody... no, I must ask everybody... I must not ask anyone to leave the room. No one must be asked by me to leave the room. No, no one must ask the room to leave I. I ask the room, shall by someone be left, not. Ask nobody the room somebody leave shall I. Shall I leave the room? Everyone must leave the room... as it is... with them in it. Understand?
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Soundtracks

Ding Dong Merrily on High
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Traditional
English Lyrics by George Ratcliffe Woodward
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