Hotel Babylon (2006–2009)
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Episode #3.4 

It's the final rounds of auditions for new West End musical Princess Scrunchie. The hotel's alive with precocious kids and crazy showbiz parents, the worst being Scarlett Adams. Tony is ... See full summary »

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Charlie Edwards
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Anna Thornton-Wilton
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Martin Marquez ...
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James Schofield (as Ray Coulthard)
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Emily James
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Jack Harrison
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Ben Trueman
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Tanya Mihajlov (as Danira Govic)
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Ned
Jon Culshaw ...
Mr. Delaney
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Scarlett Senior
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Maxwell
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Ginelli Primirola
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It's the final rounds of auditions for new West End musical Princess Scrunchie. The hotel's alive with precocious kids and crazy showbiz parents, the worst being Scarlett Adams. Tony is stunned when his thirteen year old daughter Liz arrives out of the blue and announces that she's in the final ten. Gino's brother, Ginelli, appears and finds himself helping Gino out behind the bar. The problem is that Ginelli can charm the birds from the trees, which Charlie puts to good use. Unfortunately this is what Gino feared and the truth about their brotherly relationship comes out. Jack Harrison is the last of the candidates for a new management role. Charlie gives him the awesome challenge of looking after Mr Delaney. However the pressure soon gets to him, and Jack tries to make a speedy exit. A mysterious stranger saves Anna's life and she is eternally grateful - but who is he? After much investigation, she finds him staying at the hotel and discovers him to be her very own Mr. Wright. There... Written by Rune Thandy

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11 March 2008 (UK)  »

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