Goonish themed humour (check out those writer credits!) from Harry Secombe his guests included fellow Goons Spike Milligan and Peter Sellers as well as Sam Kydd, Eric Sykes, Valentine Dyall and Libby Morris. Also featuring The Peter Glover Dancers.
UK / BBC / 3×60 minute episodes / 1955 black and white
Writers: Jimmy Grafton, Eric Sykes, Spike Milligan, Harry Secombe
Producers: Bill Lyons, Albert Stevenson
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