To celebrate the premiere of the latest 'Front Door Production', "The Three Musketeers", there is a French open day at No 73. The mayors of Maidstone and it's French counterpart Bouvier are expected, as well as 253 other guests, but there are only 4 chairs.

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Kim Goody ...
Tony Hippolyte ...
Nick Staverson ...
Sandi Toksvig ...
Viv Fisher ...
The Viv Fisher Orchestra
Green Gartside ...
Himself (as Green of Scritti Politti)
Colbert Hamilton ...
Himself - Musical Guest (as Colbert Hamilton and the Hell Razors)
Fred Talbot ...
Himself
Barbara-Jean Teller Ornelas ...
Herself
David Ornelas ...
Himself
Sierra Teller Ornelas ...
Herself
Nick Wilton ...
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To celebrate the premiere of the latest 'Front Door Production', "The Three Musketeers", there is a French open day at No 73. The mayors of Maidstone and it's French counterpart Bouvier are expected, as well as 253 other guests, but there are only 4 chairs. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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1 June 1985 (UK)  »

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Ethel Davis: There's a key to understanding French. Now, in French, 'cheval' means 'horse'.
Kim: Yes...
Ethel Davis: And it's like that, the whole way through. They have a different word for each one of ours. It's clever, isn't it?
Kim: That's so simple!
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References News at Ten (1967) See more »

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Good Rockin' Tonight
(uncredited)
Written by Roy Brown
Performed by Colbert Hamilton and the Hell Razors
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