The Morecambe & Wise Show: Season 2, Episode 1

The Catbush and Ludicrous Show (27 Jul. 1969)

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The musical guests are Kenny Ball and His Jazzmen, Bobbie Gentry and Vince Hill. Ernie is sick and then Eric and Ernie play tortoises. Peter Cushing stars as King Arthur in the final sketch "King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table".


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Episode cast overview:
Eric Morecambe ...
Ernie Wise ...
Bobbie Gentry ...
Vince Hill ...
Kenny Ball and His Jazzmen ...
Ann Hamilton ...
Doctor / Queen Guinevere
Constance Carling ...
Serving Wench
Diana Powell ...
Eric the Tortoise's Visitor


Eric and Ernie discuss changing their names to something more suitable. Kenny Ball and the Jazzmen perform "You're Nobody's Sweetheart Now". Eric plays a variety of table tennis. Ernie is ill and calls for the doctor, and he is not helped by Eric. Bobbie Gentry performs 'Touch 'em with Love'. Eric and Ernie play a pair of tortoises and then Vince Hill sings "That Wonderful Sound". Peter Cushing stars as King Arthur in Ernie's play "King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table". Written by jem

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