Rainbow: Season 17, Episode 33

Problem Solving: Alone (6 Sep. 1988)

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Geoffrey has to get the kitchen sink unblocked. Bungle wants to count his pocket money so he can buy the others some presents. George wants to be on his own so he can write a poem. Freddy ... See full summary »

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Geoffrey Hayes ...
Geoffrey
Stanley Bates ...
Roy Skelton ...
Zippy / George (voice)
Shakey Jake ...
Shaky Jake's One Man Band
Rod Burton ...
Rod
Jane Tucker ...
Jane
Freddy Marks ...
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Geoffrey has to get the kitchen sink unblocked. Bungle wants to count his pocket money so he can buy the others some presents. George wants to be on his own so he can write a poem. Freddy is on his own and upset because Rod and Jane have borrowed his musical instruments. Only Zippy is enjoying himself playing loud music and bothering everyone. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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The Chicken Song
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Music by Philip Pope
Lyrics by Rob Grant and Doug Naylor
Performed by Shaky Jake's One Man Band (instrumental)
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