Grange Hill (1978–2008)
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Episode #8.18 

At the end of term Mods and Rockers musical Banksie makes the show a roaring success and there finally seems to be true unification between the merged schools.

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Mr. Bronson
Simon Heywood ...
Mr. Smart (as Simon Haywood)
Karen Ford ...
Miss Booth
Caroline Gruber ...
Miss Wahington
Michael Cronin ...
Mr. Baxter
Gwyneth Powell ...
Mrs. McClusky
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Mr. McCartney
Roger Ostime ...
Mayor
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Phil Banks
Mark Burdis ...
Christopher 'Stewpot' Stewart
Dulice Liecier ...
Precious Matthews
Douglas Chamberlain ...
Julian Fairbrother
Alison Bettles ...
Fay Lucas
Lee Macdonald ...
Zammo McGuire (as Lee MacDonald)
Nadia Chambers ...
Annette Firman
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At the dress rehearsal there's a bad feeling about the unrealistic set and especially the lack of motorbikes. Mr. Bronson has been unravelling Gonch's entire video scheme, but things are desperate enough for the teacher to do a deal with Gonch, to at least copy some motorbike sound effects. Banksie wants to make a contribution to the musical, but no-one will hear him out. The first half of the performance goes moderately well, but even the mayor observes that it lacks punch. Banksie's idea is revealed - a set of real-life bikers is outside the school, ready to bring on their machines for a finale, but Mrs. McClusky has caught wind of the plan, and has to be persuaded first. Written by Geffers

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Comedy | Drama | Family

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22 April 1985 (UK)  »

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