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Henry McGee introduces Guest Stars with Professor Marvo (a magician played by Benny) with the members of Love Machine (Claire Lutter, Teresa Lucas, Libby Robert & Jane Eve (Colthorpe)) and Benny & Jackie Wright as “The Musical Monks”, Benny sings “Rubber Balloons” as Val Doonigoon (a send-up of TV Entertainer Val Doonican, host of a US TV series that featured Bob Todd as one of the regulars), special guests Dennis Rousssos (Eddie Buchanan) & Mama Mouskouri (Benny); Roger Twitaker (Benny) singing a song which I am sure many will recognize from syndication. The melody is “Flying South” from Episode 7, Disc 2 of Set 1. This would later be reworked into Episode #46, previously available on VHS & DVD as “Golden Laughs” as “Home For The Summer”. Then it’s The Spatchelors (Jackie, Benny & Henry) which is a vaudevillian trio singing “Colleen” (used as one of Benny’s Ballads in a previous show), a send-up of “The Bachelors”, a popular 1960’s British Vocal Group, also spoofed in the B&W Sketch, “Top of The Tops”.

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