Thank Your Lucky Stars (UK)

Season 2 Episode 5

October 6, 1961

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Aired Saturday 5:45 PM Oct 06, 1961 on ITV
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October 6, 1961
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Keith Fordyce and Brian Matthew host; guests include Cliff Richard and The Shadows, Helen Shapiro, The Mudlarks, The Karl Denver Trio, Robb Storme, and Shane Fenton and The Fentones. Guest DJ: Barry Alldis.

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    The Mudlarks

    The Mudlarks

    Themselves

    Guest Star

    Robb Storme

    Robb Storme

    Himself

    Guest Star

    Barry Alldis

    Barry Alldis

    Guest DJ

    Guest Star

    Cliff Richard

    Cliff Richard

    Himself

    Recurring Role

    The Shadows

    The Shadows

    Themselves

    Recurring Role

    Karl Denver

    Karl Denver

    Himself

    Recurring Role

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      • Who were these people?:
        Karl Denver had at least nine songs reach the UK charts in the early 1960's. Denver hosted a BBC radio show, had a multi-octave voice, and even yodelled on a few songs.

      • Guest stars' UK pop chart activity at the time of this broadcast:
        Cliff Richard and The Shadows' "Girl In Your Arms" peaked at #2 two weeks later. The flip side of the single, "Got a Feeling", peaked at #23 a week later.
        Helen Shapiro's "Walkin' Back to Happiness" was #2 and peaked at #1 the next week.
        Karl Denver's "Mexicali Rose" was #17 and peaked at #9 two weeks later.

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