Grange Hill (1978–2008)

Does My Bum Look Big? 

Dudley's caught putting graffiti on the school wall, Denny sells advertising for the Grease production, and when Lucy has a roller blading accident, the unpopular Cecile steps forward to replace her.

Director:

Philippa Langdale

Writer:

Judith Johnson

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
P.T. Aloysius P.T. Aloysius ... Grease Dancer #6
Kate Bell ... Kelly Bradshaw
Lindsey Brook Lindsey Brook ... Florist
David Case David Case ... Russell Joseph
Alan Cave Alan Cave ... Dennis Morris
Catherine Chevalier ... Mme Lefevre
Lee Cornes Lee Cornes ... Mr. Hankin
Belinda Crane Belinda Crane ... Lucy Mitchell
Julian Essex-Spurrier Julian Essex-Spurrier ... Grease Dancer #7
Mem Ferda ... Supply Teacher
Lucie Fitchett Lucie Fitchett ... Dr. Oakes
Sally Geoghegan Sally Geoghegan ... Miss Carver
Julie Godbold Julie Godbold ... Grease Cast #1
Jamie Groves Jamie Groves ... Josh Davis
Laura Hammett Laura Hammett ... Sarah-Jane Webster
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Storyline

Josh recovers in hospital, aware that he's ruined his chances of passing History. In the wine bar, Miss Carver is talking to Mme. Lefevre, when they notice Cecile and Joe, Miss Carver innocently comments that it's good that they are working together for the benefit of the forthcoming show. The new school secretary becomes annoyed to find so much expense accumulating for the Grease show. Dominic tries to hide the true cost of the show from Mr. Brisley. Sarah-Jane and Kelly learn from Mr. Hankin that the separate boys and girls science classes are going to end at the end of term. Becky is a little hurt when Jacko implies that she could do with losing some weight. Dominic's hopes that the ticket sales will cover the mounting costs of Grease are scuppered when Mr. Robson insists that the ticket prices are reduced. Cecile complements Lucy and tries to make friends, but Lucy's not having any of it - she blames her for ruining Jessica's relationship with Joe. Denny does the maths on ... Written by Geffers

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Genres:

Comedy | Drama | Family

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Details

Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 March 1996 (UK) See more »

Filming Locations:

England, UK

Company Credits

Production Co:

Mersey Television See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color
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Incidental music includes "Wake Up Boo" by The Boo Radleys; "Country House" by Blur; "See You Later Alligator" by Bill Haley and his Comets; "Love Me For A Reason" by The Osmonds. See more »

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