The Two Ronnies (1971–1987)
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Sketches include a yokel postman makes a delivery and has an interesting conversation, three tramps discuss crime, there is an edition of 'Speak Oz' where foreigners are taught the ... See full summary »

Director:

Marcus Mortimer

Writers:

Geoff Atkinson (as Geoffrey Atkinson), Robert Gray | 4 more credits »

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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Ronnie Corbett ... Himself / Various Characters
Ronnie Barker ... Himself / Various Characters
Phil Collins ... Himself
Joanna Lumley ... Miss Dibley
Candy Davis Candy Davis ... Woman with Trevor
Claire Oberman Claire Oberman
Charles Pemberton Charles Pemberton
Steve Ismay Steve Ismay
Michael Redfern Michael Redfern
Dougie Manns Dougie Manns
Andy Norman
The Fred Tomlinson Singers The Fred Tomlinson Singers ... Themselves
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Sketches include a yokel postman makes a delivery and has an interesting conversation, three tramps discuss crime, there is an edition of 'Speak Oz' where foreigners are taught the Australian Wagga Wagga double talk, a milkman makes a delivery to William Shakespeare and offers some advice, two allied naval officers are on the high seas and upset the Germans war effort, Ronnie dedicates his joke to the show's executive producer and is about two chaps who go to the movies, there's a singalong down the local, the final drama is a science fiction thriller called 'It Came from Outer Hendon'. The musical performer is Phil Collins. Written by jem

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Comedy

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Release Date:

11 January 1986 (UK) See more »

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Why Can't It Wait 'Til Morning
Written by Phil Collins
Performed by Phil Collins
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