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Gail Bean



Any fan of British humour would know of Spike Milligan. He died in 2002 but left a long legacy of very funny books, radio shows (including the famous The Goon Show), TV shows and theatrical plays. One TV series was Q and the six seasons were called Q5, Q6,  Q7, Q8, Q9 and There's a Lot of It About. Essentially, it was a sketch show in front of a live audience. These caps finish off the show and are from Q7, Q8 and Q9. (Not much of Q5 still exists. Wikipedia has an excellent article explaining the place of Q in the history of British comedy.)

Q7 Episode 5

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Q7 Episode 6

Julia Breck

The Girl From Starship Venus

Brainscan's notes:

I followed in Oz's recent footsteps by devoting some time and energy to old movies from the U.K.  The craziest of these is a 1975 offering called The Girl From Starship Venus; the clips are VHS quality, at best, but they show Monika Ringwald and a few others wandering around unencumbered by clothes.  Most of the dialogue is voice-over and some of it ain't too shabby in the humor department.


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