It Ain't Half Hot Mum

Season 8 Episode 2

Money Talks

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Aired Thursday 8:30 PM Jul 30, 1981 on BBC
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With the war coming to an end, everybody starts to think about future careers. When Graham comes into serious money, he becomes the most popular man in the camp, as he can finance some of the men's dreams.

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Melvyn Hayes

Melvyn Hayes

Gunner/Bombardier 'Gloria' Beaumont

Kenneth MacDonald

Kenneth MacDonald

Gunner 'Nobby' Clark

Donald Hewlett

Donald Hewlett

Colonel Charles Reynolds

Michael Knowles

Michael Knowles

Captain Tarquin Ashwood

John Clegg

John Clegg

Gunner 'Padoruski' Graham

Don Estelle

Don Estelle

Gunner 'Lofty' Sugden

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  • QUOTES (4)

    • Captain Ashwood: Wouldn't it be better if you gave them a good telling-off, sir?
      Colonel Reynolds: No, no, no. You're very good at that sort of thing. You can be very sarcastic and quick-witted. What about that time when that toffee-nosed little pilot officer made a remark about those spindly legs of yours sticking out from under your shorts? Quick as a flash you said, "Why don't you take off, Brylcreem Boy?"

    • Graham: Well, as the Americans would say it, I seem to be the fall-guy who's taking the rap for a load of bums.
      Captain Ashwood: Serves you right for being a wise-guy.

    • Colonel Reynolds: Just before the war I went to the Radio Show at Olympia and I saw this television set. They were showing a tennis match. You couldn't see the ball, but it was marvellous. "That," I said to myself,"is the future."
      Captain Ashwood: What? Tennis without balls?

    • Muhammed: There's an old Indian proverb, sir, that say false friends are like summer birds. They fly away in the cold weather. So, if you want to see your true friend, gaze in the mirror.

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