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A Fistful of Travellers' Cheques 

Two students calling themselves Carlos and Miguel arrive in Spain dressed as gunslingers to live out their dream of being in a spaghetti Western. At a cafe in a remote town they meet two ... See full summary »

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Bob Spiers
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Keith Allen ... Mr. Bastardos / Train Guard
Adrian Edmondson ... Billy
Dawn French ... Jackie / First Nun
Rik Mayall ... Carlos
Daniel Peacock Daniel Peacock ... Barman / Ticket Collector (as Danny Peacock)
Nigel Planer ... Paul
Peter Richardson Peter Richardson ... Miguel
Jennifer Saunders ... Shona / Second Nun / Horse Rider
Christopher Malcolm ... Cafe Owner
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Storyline

Two students calling themselves Carlos and Miguel arrive in Spain dressed as gunslingers to live out their dream of being in a spaghetti Western. At a cafe in a remote town they meet two Australian girls who have picked up a scruffy hitch-hiker and a would-be rapist dressed as a matador.

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Release Date:

21 January 1984 (UK) See more »

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Trivia

This was the first episode of The Comic Strip Presents... (1982) to be filmed outside the UK. It was made on location in Andalucía, Spain using some of the same locations as A Fistful of Dollars (1964) which it spoofs. See more »

Quotes

Mr. Bastardos: [singing] Everybody happy? Oh la la la la la!
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References Fame (1980) See more »

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If you want soft toilet paper you go to Hotel Gay Boy!
24 May 2017 | by OrangieTooDopeSee all my reviews

First of all, the plot summary is complete bs.Calling the main characters "students" is a total fabrication.They never say that AND they never mention their names.Yet somehow that is what the summary contains.It also says they want "to live out their dream of being in a spaghetti Western".More lies.It's weird how idiots can just make up lies and they end up becoming "facts" on a lame website.Anyway, this is probably one of the funniest episodes of The Comic Strip Presents.Most of the actors play multiple characters and for some reason I always enjoy that.This is the only time that Keith Allen was ever funny.Plus he looks Chris D'elia and that is funny on a different level.All of the characters are truly funny and that's rare for this series.You need to see this.


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