The Benny Hill Show (1955)

Season 3 Episode 4

Show 13

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Aired Unknown Apr 26, 1958 on BBC
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Includes parodies of "Sportsview" (with early versions of Fred Scuttle's Keep Fit brigade and Hill as a lady showjumper) and "Music for You" (with the earliest known rendition of "Pepys' Diary"); Hill and Dave Freeman perform in a "Theatre Time" production of "The Raja's Jaws"; plus musical numbers from Irving Davies, Alma Cogan, and the George Mitchell Singers, and an acrobatic routine from Alan Kemble & Christine.moreless

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      • ERIC ROBINSON (Benny): You may be interested to know that this was first performed in 1584 before the Emperor of Bulgaria, and at the conclusion of the performance the entire cast was beheaded, except the choreographer - and he was hanged.

      • BUTLER: What will happen to the precious jewels?
        DETECTIVE: You can have that, my man, for you have kept a straight face all the way through the sketch.

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      • This is the earliest known complete edition of The Benny Hill Show from its BBC run to be in existence. (The earliest surviving Benny Hill Show in general was from his late 1957 ATV series.)

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