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Tales of the Unexpected

Season 2 Episode 13

Mr Botibol's First Love

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Aired Unknown May 24, 1980 on ITV
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Mr Botibol's First Love
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William Botibol is a sad failure whose ambition is to conduct an orchestra. He fills his lonely life with music, pretending to be a great composer and conductor. Then he meets a young lady who shares in his fantasy - but why is she really putting herself out for him?

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    John Houseman

    John Houseman

    Presenter (1980-1984)

    Karen Standley

    Karen Standley

    Dancer (title sequence)

    Roald Dahl

    Roald Dahl

    Presenter (1979-1980)

    Paul Greenhalgh

    Paul Greenhalgh

    Simpson

    Guest Star

    Anna Massey

    Anna Massey

    Irene Wrzaszcyzk

    Guest Star

    Jack Weston

    Jack Weston

    William Botibol

    Guest Star

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    • QUOTES (1)

      • Roald Dahl: I don't know about you, but I, myself, am an absolute dreams of glory addict. Sometimes I cause chaos at the Olympics by high jumping thirty feet or I stagger the whole musical world with my great symphonies. I have literally hundreds of these lovely little glory dreams to chose from. The best time to use them is in bed at night, when reality is suspended. Cause then, if you get a good one, you go drifting off to sleep in a state of supreme ecstasy.

    • NOTES (1)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • The main characters in two Dahl stories, Mr Botibol and A Dip in the Pool, have the same name, but there is nothing else to connect them.

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