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Tutti Frutti 

Trouble ensues for the Majestics, Scotland's "Kings of Rock", when a good-looking redhead joins the band on tour.
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1987  
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Series cast summary:
Robbie Coltrane ...  Danny McGlone / ... 6 episodes, 1987
Maurice Roëves ...  Vincent Diver 6 episodes, 1987
Emma Thompson ...  Suzi Kettles 6 episodes, 1987
Stuart McGugan ...  Bomba MacAteer 6 episodes, 1987
Jake D'Arcy Jake D'Arcy ...  Fud O'Donnell 6 episodes, 1987
Ron Donachie ...  Dennis Sproul 6 episodes, 1987
Richard Wilson ...  Eddie Clockerty 6 episodes, 1987
Katy Murphy Katy Murphy ...  Janice Toner 6 episodes, 1987
Fiona Chalmers Fiona Chalmers ...  Glenna McFadden 5 episodes, 1987
Anne Kidd Anne Kidd ...  Noreen Diver 3 episodes, 1987
Annabel Logan Annabel Logan ...  Baby Wanda 1 episode, 1987
Annie Bruce Annie Bruce ...  Sheena Fisher 2 episodes, 1987
Archie Duncan Archie Duncan ...  The Inverbervies 2 episodes, 1987
John Carmichael John Carmichael ...  The Inverbervies 2 episodes, 1987
Isobel Hirst Isobel Hirst ...  The Inverbervies 2 episodes, 1987
Linda Thain Linda Thain ...  The Inverbervies 2 episodes, 1987
Gordon Young Gordon Young ...  The Inverbervies 2 episodes, 1987
Bob Watson Bob Watson ...  The Saxophone Brothers 2 episodes, 1987
Bob Wishart Bob Wishart ...  The Saxophone Brothers 2 episodes, 1987
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Trouble ensues for the Majestics, Scotland's "Kings of Rock", when a good-looking redhead joins the band on tour.

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"Big Jazza" McGlone was played by Robbie Coltrane, but voiced by Scottish blues singer Tam White. See more »

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Fud O'Donnell: Black and Decker, Black and Decker, Black and Decker
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A Classic...
29 December 2006 | by alasdairmSee all my reviews

This has to one of the best programmes to come out of Scotland if not the UK from the BBC. The acting and the script are just wonderful and combines great (Scottish/Glasgow) humours and rock'n'roll, can't get much better! The script was adapted for stage in late 2006 and had a run of shows in Aberdeen and Edinburgh. Managed to get to the Edinburgh show and it was just a good as the TV show! The cast played and sang and were very good, OK you can't compete with Coltrane/Thompson but they come close. They are coming to Glasgow in April 2006 so get there if you can!! The reason the show has never been repeated or issued as a video/DVD is to do with the licensing of the music used in the show. I believe they are trying to sort this out so maybe we'll get the chance to buy a DVD version soon.

Some DVD copies surface on ebay occasionally but the quality isn't that great...

Cheers, Al


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Country:

UK

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English

Release Date:

3 March 1987 (UK) See more »

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Tutti Frutti See more »

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BBC Scotland See more »
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(5 episodes) | (1 Episode)

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

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1.33 : 1
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