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Episode #2.2 

Musical guests are Kenny Ball & His Jazzmen, Malcolm Roberts and Trio Athenee. Ernie reads some poetry and then Eric disrupts Ernie's sleep. They go bird watching but Ernie has an ulterior motive. Finally, Eric remembers D-day.

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Episode cast overview:
Eric Morecambe ...
Himself
Ernie Wise ...
Himself
Trio Athénée ...
Themselves (as Trio Athenee)
Malcolm Roberts ...
Himself
Kenny Ball and His Jazzmen ...
Themselves
Ann Hamilton ...
Woman in the Theatre / Hetty Benson
Janet Webb ...
Diva
Constance Carling ...
Ginger
Gilly Fraser ...
Stumpy
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Ernie opens up by showing to Eric another side of himself by reading poetry. Kenny Ball & His Jazzmen perform "Old Man Mose". Ernie is trying to read in bed before going to sleep but Eric is doing his best to disrupt him. Trio Athenee perform "Pancho Villa". Eric and Ernie show Richard Wagner and Edward Elgar at work. They then go birdwatching, although Ernie has an ulterior motive. Malcolm Roberts performs "Please Don't Go Away". Eric is remembering the 25th anniversary of D-day with music by Vera Lynn, although he wasn't in it and only succeeds in upsetting Ernie. Written by jem

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10 August 1969 (UK)  »

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