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"Only Fools and Horses...." It's Only Rock and Roll (1985)

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John Sullivan (written by)
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Original Air Date:
14 March 1985 (Season 4, Episode 4)
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Plot:
Rodney has joined a new band, and Del immediately capitalises on this by booking them into The Shamrock... See more » | Full synopsis »
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Cast

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Episode Crew
Directed by
Susan Belbin 
 
Writing credits
John Sullivan (written by)

John Sullivan  creator (uncredited)

Produced by
Ray Butt .... producer
 
Film Editing by
John Jarvis 
 
Production Design by
Eric Walmsley (designer)
 
Costume Design by
Richard Winter 
 
Makeup Department
Linda McInnes .... makeup designer
 
Production Management
Andy Smith .... production manager
 
Art Department
Chris Ferriday .... properties buyer
 
Sound Department
Dennis Panchen .... film sound
Dave Thompson .... studio sound
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Ken Major .... studio camera supervisor
Chris Seager .... film cameraman
Peter Smee .... studio lighting director
 
Editorial Department
Chris Booth .... videotape editor
Heather Gilder .... vision mixer
 
Music Department
Ronnie Hazlehurst .... arranger: title music
Ronnie Hazlehurst .... conductor: title music
Steve Jeffries .... arranger: 'Boys will be Boys'
John Sullivan .... composer: 'Boys will be Boys'
John Sullivan .... composer: title music
John Sullivan .... singer: title music
 
Other crew
Caroline Andrews .... production assistant
Lesley Bywater .... production assistant
Gavin Clark .... assistant floor manager
Tony Mutimer .... technical coordinator
 

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John Sullivan  creator

Sound Department
Mark Weber .... sound mixer
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Ellen Falguiere .... set costumer (1990)
 
Other crew
Vanessa Frank .... studio runner
 
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UK:PG (video rating) (1998)

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3 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
One of the best, 29 October 2007
Author: ereinion from Lemuria

This is one of the best Only Fools and Horses episodes. Del tries to take advantage of Rodney's music interest when he finds out that the Shamrock pub is without a band on St.Patrick's Day. So he persuades his band, led by the "charismatic" frontman psycho called Mental Mickey, to play in a really hilarious scene. The gig goes awry and a rumble breaks out. After the game is over, Del tells poor Rodney the truth-he and his band are awful and will never make it, so he has to give up his dreams of becoming a rock star. Unfortunately Del turns out to be wrong as Rodney's band progress without him and score a hit! Rodney has to watch them play Top of the Pops.:P It really is a superb episode and features the then-uknown David Thewlis as one of Rodney's bandmates. Also the actor playing Mental Mickey does a good job. The show however is stolen by David Jason's Delboy as usual. He is simply awesome here.

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