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The One Ronnie (2010)

A comedy sketch show and spiritual successor to The Two Ronnies (1971), in celebration of Ronnie Corbett's 80th birthday.

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... Various Characters
... Monster
... Dr. Frankenstein / Church Lady
... Herself
... Glam Rocker / Party Guest
Jon Culshaw ... Michael Parkinson
... Greengrocer / Church Lady
Jocelyn Jee Esien ... Restaurant Diner
... Cake Shop Owner / Church Committee Member
... Animal Agent
... Various Characters
... Barmaid
... Various Characters
... Party Guest
Alan Dedicoat ... Himself - Opening Voiceover (voice)
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Sketches include an unhappy customer in a greengrocer's shop, a bar where the customer has trouble finishing his sentences, Sir Michael Parkinson interviews Sir Hilary Bray, an old rock band is possibly getting back together, Dr Frankenstein is unhappy with the monster he has created, there is a very particular customer in a cake shop, we see an edition of the game show 'What?', a party where we meet the third Attenborough brother, Ronnie tells us about his 80th birthday party, a dog goes to see his animal talent agent asking for work, we go to a restaurant with an optical flavour, we listen in to a church committee meeting, we see a meeting between Wonderman and Palboy, we go to a party where one of the guests misunderstands the conversation, and we conclude with Ali Jones presenting 'Songs of Praise'. The musical performer is Charlotte Church. Written by jem

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Logical World
Written by Charlotte Church, Jonathan Powell, Martin Terefe and Sacha Skarbek
Performed by Charlotte Church
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The one Ronnie
17 November 2011 | by See all my reviews

Ronnie Corbett more than deserved this one off tribute last Christmas and it was good to see so many of todays big name comedians getting involved to join in the fun.

Not all the sketches as classics but there are more laughs in this half an hour show than there is in most of the BBC's sitcoms. The blackberry sketch in particular is this shows equivalent of the famous fork candles sketch.

It is quality family entertainment as well and goodness knows there isn't enough of that at the the moment.

Congratulations to all involved in the making of this festive treat that reminds us what a great talent Ronnie Corbett is.


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