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Christmas Special 

Writer:

Brendan O'Casey (additional material)

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Paul Whitehouse ... Various Roles
Caroline Aherne ... Various Roles
Simon Day Simon Day ... Various Roles
Charlie Higson ... Various Roles
John Thomson ... Various Roles
Arabella Weir ... Various Roles
Mark Williams ... Various Roles
Paul Shearer Paul Shearer ... Various Roles
Eryl Maynard ... Various Roles
Maria McErlane Maria McErlane ... Various Roles
Donna Ewin Donna Ewin ... Chanel 9 Girl
Nick Holder ... Various Roles
Louise Brill Louise Brill ... Various Roles
Phillip Hyett Phillip Hyett ... Various Roles
Angela Lee Sloan ... Chanel 9 Girl (as Angela Lee)
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Details

Release Date:

27 December 1996 (UK) See more »

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Trivia

The child actress whom played the little girl in the closing Chris the Crafty Cockney sketch was not credited and her identity remains unknown. It's possible that the little girl may had been played by future Robin Hood (2006) star Lucy Griffiths whom was 9 - 10 years old at the time when the sketch was filmed. See more »

Quotes

Various Roles: [French Art House film] Do you like my knees?
Various Roles: Yes. I love your knees.
Various Roles: Do you like my thighs?
Various Roles: [Sits on the bed and puts a cigerrette in his mouth] Yes.
[the man lights his cigerrette and smokes]
Various Roles: Do you like my wrists?
Various Roles: [Picks up teddy bear] I particularly like your wrists.
Various Roles: Do you like my eyes?
Various Roles: [Picks up and looks at portable radio] Yes.
Various Roles: Do you like the bits behind my knee for which there is no name?
[...]
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Alternate Versions

The That's Amazin swearing sketch was removed from the broadcast version by the BBC due to a heavy use of the F word used by Shane Donahue (Paul Whitehouse), it was reinstated for the Series 3 DVD and The Fat Sweaty Coppers bomb on bus sketch was also removed from the broadcast version, due to time restraints and is reinstated for the Series 3 DVD. See more »

Connections

Referenced in The 100 Greatest Christmas Moments (2004) See more »

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