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The Haltemprice Bunker 

Thrusting his way through the lobby of anti-Nazi protesters....

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Alan B'Stard
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Piers Fletcher-Dervish
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William Merrow ...
Helmut Drucker
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Radio Presenter
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Waiter
Allan Larenzo ...
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Adam Wide ...
Pickles
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Geoff Dicquead
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Peter Moran
Patricia Samuels ...
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Jim Brogan ...
Beggar
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Journalist Piers Lonsdale tells B'stard that there are rewards for catching former Nazi war criminals so B'stard decides to turn in one of his constituents, elderly ex-Nazi Hans Drucker, whose bungalow walls boast wartime memorabilia with pictures of Hitler and Thatcher alongside each other. Drucker promises to give B'stard half a million pounds in Nazi gold to let him escape and the two men meet at the railway station. However Lonsdale has tipped off the media to attend and in the confusion Drucker gets pushed in front of a train. B'stard fails to get his money or indeed any credit for exposing a Nazi as Mrs Thatcher has banned the press from publishing adverse stories about Conservative members of parliament. Written by don @ minifie-1

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5 February 1989 (UK)  »

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