Meshelle- Making Babies, Making You Money, Making You Laugh (DVD)

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Meshelle- Making Babies, Making You Money, Making You Laugh (DVD)

Condition

New

Publisher

Morphius Records

Published Date

2009

Rating MPA

Unrated (Not Rated)

Recording Length

60

Recording Studio

Morphius Records

Format

DVD

Brand

MORPHIUS

Amazon ASIN

B001TKKB2M

UPC / EAN

613285904521

Year

1968

ReleaseDate

1968-08-23

Stars

Frank Muir, Dick Vosburgh, Gina Warwick

Series Produced by

Humphrey Barclay

Series Animation Department

Terry Gilliam

Series Additional Crew

Terry Gilliam

Genres

Comedy

Companies

London Weekend Television (LWT)

Countries

UK

Languages

English

Short Description

We Have Ways of Making You Laugh is a comedic television series produced by Humphrey Barclay and directed by Bill Turner for London Weekend Television.Frank Muir hosted the show. It featured Kenneth Cope, Eric Idle and Katherine Whitehorn, with music and writing by Benny Green. The theme music was composed by Don Partridge and played in his one-man-band style. Dick Vosburgh prepared material spoofing Jimmy Young for the show. Terry Gilliam created animations using cut-outs, a technique he later used in Monty Python s Flying Circus. The series was live. Its debut broadcast was scheduled for 2 August 1968. Although the cast performed, only the first 15 seconds of the first show were transmitted, due to an industrial action (other, prerecorded programming was unaffected by the labour dispute). There are no known recordings of its 12 episodes.

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