At Last the 1948 Show

Season 2 Episode 6

Episode Twelve

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Aired Unknown Oct 31, 1967 on ITV
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Episode Twelve
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Sketches include: -Sydney Lotterby's Renewed Acquaintance -Chartered Accountants Dance -Dangers of Dentistry -Four Yorkshiremen

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      • Yorkshireman 1: We lived for three months in a brown paper bag in a septic tank. We used to have to get out of bed at 6:00 every morning, clean the bag, eat a crust of stale bread, go to work 14 hours a day down mill, week-in-week-out for sixpence a week, and when we got home, our Dad would thrash us to sleep with his belt.
        Yorkshireman 2: Luxury. We used to have to get out of the lake at 3:00 in the morning, clean the lake, eat a handful of hot gravel, go to work 20 hours a day down mill every day for twopence a month, come home and Dad would beat us about the head and neck with a broken bottle if we were lucky!
        Yorkshireman 3: Well, of course, we had it tough. We used to have to get up out of the shoe box at 12:00 at night and lick the road clean with our tongues. We had two lumps of freezing cold gravel, work 24 hours a day down mill for fourpence every six years and when we got home, our Dad would slice us in two with a bread knife.
        Yorkshireman 4: Right. (boldly) I had to get up every morning at 10:00 at night, half an hour before I went to bed, eat a lump of cold poison, work 29 hours a day down mill and pay mill owner for permission to come to work, and when we got home, our Dad would kill us and dance about in our graves, singing Hallelujah.
        Yorkshireman 1: You try and tell the young people of today that, and they won't believe you.

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